• Hawaii's Ballistic Missile ‘False Alarm': The Top 10 Funniest Memes Twitter Had In Response

    6 days ago - By Hollywood Life

    People in Hawaii received an emergency notification that the island was under a 'ballistic missile threat' but it turned out to be a false alarm. See the best reactions to this disastrous mistake.
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  • Hawaii Missile Mess Explained

    6 days ago - By The Wrap

    The “BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII” emergency alert that rocked the islands early Saturday morning was caused because someone “pushed the wrong button” during an employee shift change.
    Hawaii Gov. David Ige told CNN this morning, “It was a procedure that occurs at the change of shift where they go through to make sure that system is working and employee pushed the wrong button.”
    Hawaii Gov. Ige says the false alarm happened after an employee "pushed the wrong button" during a "procedure that occurs at the change of shift" pic.twitter.com/9wVKIFqBEN
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  • FCC To Investigate Hawaii's Terrifying False Ballistic Missile Alert

    6 days ago - By Deadline

    The FCC will launch a full investigation into the false missile emergency alert sent to residents of Hawaii today, Ajit Pai, chairman of the FCC has announced.
    The push notification alert went out just after 8 am HST, panicking residents and visitors. Apparently a false alarm during a drill, the alert, according to media speculation, was possibly a human error.
    The all-caps alert was terrifying: “BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS...
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  • Panic in Hawaii: Residents Wake Up to Ballistic Missile Emergency Alert Sent by Mistake

    6 days ago - By The Wrap

    Hawaii residents got a jolt this morning as they woke up to frightening mobile push alerts Saturday morning warning island resident of an incoming missile and instructing people to seek shelter.
    Hawaii's Emergency Management Agency then quickly announced that the message was a mistake.
    “BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII,” the message read. “SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.”
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    Confused residents tweeted screenshots of the warnings shortly after 8 a.m. local time.
    Hawaii is considered particularly vulnerable these days because...
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