Missile false alarm criticised

Missile false alarm criticised
The false alarm about an incoming missile attack that terrified Hawaiians earlier this month may have been due to an employee who mistook a drill for the real deal.
The false alarm was transmitted to mobile phones, caused widespread panic, and went uncorrected for 38 minutes.
The drill, on the morning of January 13, simulated a call from U.S. Pacific Command reporting an incoming ballistic missile.
Hawaii plans to issue a seperate report on Tuesday.

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Source: Times of Oman, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6nO7-BVmO4
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