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Emergency alert about ballistic missile sent to Hawaii residents; EMA says ‘no threat’

Emergency alert about ballistic missile sent to Hawaii residents; EMA says ‘no threat’

HONOLULU, HI (WCMH) — Multiple people on Twitter have reported seeing an emergency alert about a ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii.

The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency says there is no threat.

The phone alert urged residents to take shelter, reading: “BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII.

Hawaii Emergency Management Agency spokesman Richard Rapoza says it’s not clear what caused the alert to go out.

“Our job is, the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency, is to work on preparedness and protect the citizens, the residents of the state of Hawaii and all our visitors.

Source: nbc4i.com
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