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False alarm
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On the second Saturday of January an emergency missile alert was sent to the citizens of the state of Hawaii, telling them to seek immediate shelter. To convince residents that the alert was real, the alert included a statement that it was not a drill. The state started testing its nuclear warning siren in December to alert residents to impending nuclear missile strikes.