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Hawaii Worker Who Sent False Missile Alert Was '100 Percent Sure' It Was Real

The former Hawaii Emergency Management Agency employee was devastated to find out about his mistake, which sent Hawaii residents into a panic expecting an incoming nuclear missile.
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