FEMA: Hawaii didn’t need approval to retract missile alert
HONOLULU — The Federal Emergency Management Agency said the state of Hawaii didn’t need federal approval to retract a cellphone alert mistakenly sent over the weekend warning of a ballistic missile attack.
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ERROR. NO THREAT. IF YOU RECEIVED A MISSILE ALERT, IGNORE IT. IT WAS A MISTAKE. NO THREAT. MESSAGE SENT WAS AN ERROR.
In an age where we can text blindfolded, having to “write a script” is one of your excuses?