Hawaii man suffers massive heart attack after false missile alert | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Hawaii man suffers massive heart attack after false missile alert

A man suffered a massive heart attack minutes after the false missile alert in Hawaii.

The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported Tuesday that Sean Shields, 51, started violently throwing up while at the beach on Oahu.

The newspaper says he then called his 10-year-old daughter and adult son to say goodbye. Then he drove himself and with his girlfriend to a health center where she says he collapsed in the waiting room.

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I find it hard to believe

spinnaker

I find it hard to believe someone can just punch a button and put an entire state into panic.

I'm glad to hear the person who is accused didn't get fired, since it's much larger than an accidental button press.

What about the first person during the Charlie Hedbo attack who came forward saying he had nothing to do with it. Any word of him?

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