Fears of nuclear Trumpocalypse prompt Hawaii to reinstate Cold War-era attack sirens | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Fears of nuclear Trumpocalypse prompt Hawaii to reinstate Cold War-era attack sirens

Hawaii’s decommissioned nuclear attack sirens will get another chance to warn Americans of impending atomic doom. After collecting dust for three decades, the warning system has been reinstated amid growing fears of war with North Korea.

The state’s emergency management officials announced that the vintage air-raid sirens will be tested for the first time in nearly 30 years on Friday. The drill will last for 60 seconds and the system’s signature wail will be heard in more than 400 locations across the central Pacific islands.

The public is asked to “get inside, stay inside and stay tuned” if they should hear the sirens.

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