How One Hawaiian Radio Group Handled An ‘Eerie’ Scare



For 38 minutes on early Saturday morning across the Hawaiian islands, a full-on nuclear scare sent families into a panic.

A message alert went out from the State Emergency Management Agency on Oʻahu, stating a “ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii.” It was a false alarm.

Furthermore, relatives of RBR+TVBR Editor-in-Chief Adam R Jacobson slept through the momentary crisis, as alerts were not received on their many iPhones at their home in Haiku, on the North Shore of Maui.

What did one radio group on the island of Maui do? We have the exclusive report.

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