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U.S. military’s Pacific Command says ballistic missile warning sent in error to HawaiiThe U.S. military’s Pacific Command said on Saturday there was no threat to Hawaii after an official message was erroneously sent to Hawaii residents’ mobile phones warning them of an imminent ballistic missile attack. The U.S. Federal Communications Commission announced that it was initiating a full investigation of the incident. The erroneous alert came from the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency.


Hawaii ballistic missile alert latest: 'Whole state terrified' after text message sent by mistake

Hawaii ballistic missile alert latest: 'Whole state terrified' after text message sent by mistakeA text alert warning people to seek immediate shelter from an incoming ballistic missile sparked panic across Hawaii after it was sent out in “human error”. The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency later confirmed the alert was a false alarm, but many complained authorities were slow to assure the public there was no threat. The agency said: ”NO missile threat to Hawaii.