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  Posted on: Thursday, February 28, 2019
Lessons learned from Hawaii false nuclear attack alarm
Homeland Security News Wire
When people in the Hawaiian Islands received a false alarm text message that said “Ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii. Seek immediate shelter. This is not a drill” in January 2018, the result was not panic, according to new research. The researchers found that people sought information that could verify their risk and help them decide what to do next.

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