span itemprop="name"">>Julia Carrie Wong in San Francisco and span itemprop="name"">>Liz Barney on Oahu
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An alert about an incoming ballistic missile sent Hawaii into panic for about 30 minutes on Saturday, until emergency officials announced that the message had been sent in error.div">>
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The alert, which was sent to cellphones, said there was a threat “inbound to Hawaii” and said residents should seek shelter. “This is not a drill,” it added.
Hawaiian authorities have been preparing and testing early warning systems, and residents have been urged to make emergency plans.