Hawaii officials are under fire over a false alarm that warned the public of an approaching missile attack. People flooded the streets in fear across the state, searching for places to hide. The head of the FCC, which is investigating, calls the error
Published: 2021-05-09 08:46 pm
Inside the Hawaii command center where missile alert mistake was made

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