Hawaii governor couldn't log on to Twitter to warn people about false missile alarm

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(Worthy News) - The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency sent a ballistic missile alert to millions of people across the state January 13, sending people into a panic.

Seventeen excruciating minutes went by before Hawaii governor David Ige alerted the public to the false alarm.

All because he didn't know his Twitter password. [ Source: AZ Central (Read More...) ]

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