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False Hawaii Missile Alert Sent After Drill Recording Said ‘This Is Not A Drill’

A false ballistic missile alert in Hawaii used to be despatched on January 13 as a result of an emergency employee believed there really was a missile threat, consistent with a initial investigation by way of The Federal Communications Commission. From a document: The document unearths that the false alert used to be no longer the results of a employee opting for the fallacious alert accidentally from a drop-down menu, however quite for the reason that employee misunderstood a drill as a real emergency. The drill incorrectly integrated the language “This is not a drill.”

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