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Hawaiians were just starting their day when an emergency alert hit local airwaves around 8 a.m. Saturday morning, warning of an "inbound" ballistic missile threat.
The terrifying moment, captured on camera by one resident of the Aloha State, began circulating on Twitter shortly after U.S. officials confirmed the threat was false.
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"A civil authority has issued a civil danger warning for the following counties or areas. Hawaii at 8:07 AM on Jan. 13, 2018," read a scrolling red banner that had appeared at the top of various television stations.
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"The U.S. Pacific Command has detected a missile threat to Hawaii. A missile may impact on land or sea within minutes," the emergency alert continued. "If you are indoors, stay...
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