This smartphone screen capture shows a false incoming ballistic missile emergency alert sent from the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency system on Jan. 13. (AP Photo/Marco Garcia)

This smartphone screen capture shows a false incoming ballistic missile emergency alert sent from the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency system on Jan. 13. (AP Photo/Marco Garcia)

Hawaii worker sent false missile alert thinking it was real

The employee heard a recorded script for a drill, then language typically used for a real threat.

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