- THECOUNT.COM - "Bringing Local News To The Nation Since 2005" - January 13, 2018
Hawaiian residents were panicking for nearly 40 minutes after a false alarm was sent to cellphones warning of an incoming missile attack.
A second alert correcting the erroneous information took officials a staggering 38 minutes.
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One shocking video emerging from Hawaii shows a little girl being placed into a flood control drain. She can be heard faintly saying, “I don’t wanna get in there.”
Some theorized on social media that the unspeakable false alarm may have been sent intentionally by officials who were prepared to monitor citizens’ reaction to such a pending calamity.
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