False Alarm Sent Out To Hawaii About Incoming 'Missile Strike'
Chaos in Hawaii as an emergency alert was sent to people warning of a ballistic missile threat. (VO - Officials are now saying that alert was false alarm. (VO - The alert told people to seek immediate shelter. (VO - Hawaii Representative Tulsi Gabbard tweeted out a message saying, “there is no incoming missile to Hawaii and confirming the false alarm. (VO - This alert comes as tensions between the United States and North Korea continue to rise, (VO - Over the rogue nation’s nuclear program and ballistic missile testing. (VO - The North even saying that successfully testing a missile that could reach the U.S. (VO - Numerous members of the media and other users shared the image of the alert.
A correction was sent out 38 minutes after the initial message was sent.
A report released on Tuesday by the U.S. government blamed Hawaii’s false alert of a missile attack in January on a “combination of human error and inadequate safeguards.” The alarm, which went.. Source: Wochit News -