Hawaii has replaced a Second World War-style missile warning system. AMID rising missile tests from North Korea. Hawaii alerts warning signal to instruct the public to turn their television and radios.
Hawaii Emergency Management Agency has announced last month the siren, the Cold War will be returned as of Dec. 1. US state responds to the underway war of words between Donald Trump and the secretive communist state’s leader Kim Jong-un.
“There will be no time to call our loved ones, pick up our kids and find a designated shelter. We should all prepare and exercise a plan ahead of time so we can take some comfort in knowing what our loved ones are doing,” said by Miyagi in an interview.
On sept. 3 North Korea has conducted its 6th nuclear tets. North Korea hasn’t launched a missile since tossing over Japan on Sept. 15.
Hawaii has been hosting emergency preparedness town halls and updated an information pamphlet on Hawaii Emergency Management Agency.
This information document tells the public what to do in the event of a hurricane, tsunami, flooding and a missile attack and the warns that in the event of a North Korea missile launch, citizens will likely have less than 20 minutes to brace for impact.