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FEMA: Ige, Miyagi Wrong About 38 Minute Delay

Why did Hawaii Emergency Management Agency (HIEMA) officials take 38 minutes to send out a retraction of Saturday’s missile attack false alarm message?

Governor Ige and HIEMA administrator Vern Miyagi say they had to obtain permission from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

In response to an inquiry from Hawai’i Free Press, FEMA says that’s not true. States are authorized to cancel or retract warning messages on their own.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I thought this false alarm would quickly fade away. It hasn't. People are still talking about it, and they are very angry.

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