Emergency leader concerned siren was hard to hear in Waikiki
HONOLULU — The administrator of the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency is concerned about complaints that a recent test of an attack warning siren could barely be heard in tourist mecca Waikiki.
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Couldn’t hear siren in Waikiki…and where exactly would all those people evacuate to? What is the point?