After an emergency alert of a ballistic missile threat left people 'crying and screaming' in Hawaii on Saturday, the state's officials said the message was sent in error.
The alert, which was sent to people's...
Residents received alerts advising them to “seek immediate shelter” from an inbound missile
Witnesses describe ‘panic zone’ as families rushed to find shelterOpinion: Nuclear war became more likely this week – and here’s whyHawaii emergency officials said on Saturday an alert about an incoming ballistic missile threat that caused widespread panic was a false alarm.
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