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Fallout from false Hawaii emergency alert: Officials get death threats
The worker who sent Hawaii into a panic by mistakenly sending a missile alert has reassigned to an unrelated function. Meanwhile, Japan’s national broadcaster mistakenly warned of a North Korean missile launch before issuing an on-air apology for the false report. NBC’s Jacob Soboroff reports for TODAY.
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