Saturday, January 13, 2018

Alert Sets Off Panic In Hawaii

Official 'false' alarm
panics Hawaiian residents

For unknown reasons the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency  released an official warning of an impending missile strike on the Island.

A follow up alert advising the first warning was in error was not issued until about 40 minutes later.

During those forty minutes it is reported people scrambled about in a state of terror and confusion as highways were plugged with people trying to get to shelters. Some abandoned their cars on the highway and took shelter in tunnels under the roadway.

Whether there are any atheists in nuclear shelters is a question worth asking.


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