The Newest on a missile menace mistakenly despatched by Hawaii officers (all occasions native):
9:forty five a.m.
Hawaii Gov. David Ige (IG’-eh) says he is assembly with officers this morning to seek out out what occurred after an alert was mistakenly despatched to residents saying a ballistic missile was inbound for Hawaii.
The missile menace was a false alarm.
Ige says he is assembly with the state protection and emergency administration officers to not solely learn how this might happen, however to ensure it does not occur once more.
Ige says, “The general public should have confidence in our emergency alert system.”
Hawaii Sen. Brian Schatz says a false alarm a few missile menace was based mostly on “human error” and was “completely inexcusable.”