A dire warning appeared on Hawaiians’ phones Saturday morning. It turned out the ballistic missile warning was a false alarm, but for 38 minutes terror reigned as people braced for the worst.
A dire warning appeared on Hawaiians’ phones Saturday morning. It turned out the ballistic missile warning was a false alarm, but for 38 minutes terror reigned as people braced for the worst. Caleb Jones and Audrey McAvoy AP
A dire warning appeared on Hawaiians’ phones Saturday morning. It turned out the ballistic missile warning was a false alarm, but for 38 minutes terror reigned as people braced for the worst. Caleb Jones and Audrey McAvoy AP

‘Honey take shelter. I love you’ — Terror reigned in Hawaii after false missile threat

January 13, 2018 04:12 PM