TERRIFIED Hawaiians were sent a content warning of an “incoming ballistic missile” – only to find out it was sent by mistake.
Residents of the US Pacific island took to Twitter to share screenshots of the shocking summary which was sent out by authorities.
The warning reads: “Ballistic barb hazard inbound to Hawaii. Seek evident shelter. This is not a drill.”
TV programmes – including Tottenham’s Premier League football strife with Everton – were also interrupted to advise viewers to take cover.
But the summary incited out to be a fake alarm, with officials revelation it was sent by mistake.
A second content was after sent revelation worried residents not to panic.
It read: “There is no barb hazard or risk to the state of Hawaii. Repeat. False alarm.”
Hawaii Emergency Management Agency orator Richard Rapoza pronounced it’s not transparent what caused the warning to go out.
The warning came amid flourishing tensions in the segment over a probable nuclear hazard from North Korea.
Hawaii is now deliberate to be within operation of Kim Jong-un nukes as the tyrant seeks to rise weapons able of targeting the US mainland.
The state was the first to bring back the Cold War-era early warning system, with the sirens tested on the island last month.
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