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False alarm in Hawaii triggers panic: How did this happen?
A false alarm in Hawaii sent people running for cover and calling loved ones after they received an erroneous warning about an inbound ballistic missile threat. It was a terrifying 38 minutes until officials declared it a mistake. NBC’s Jacob Soboroff reports for Sunday TODAY from Honolulu with an exclusive look inside the command center where the alert was triggered.
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