Conspiracy theory: These accidental missile alerts aren't actually accidents

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GettyThe claims from Mr Ige followed the island’s false missile alert yesterday

The government J alert: "evacuate inside the building or underground".

NHK was able to correct its error in a few minutes, far faster than the almost 40 minutes that lapsed before the Hawaii alert was withdrawn.

While these computers are unrelated to the system that sent the false missile alert, the photo raises questions about the approach to information security at the agency.

Since Saturday afternoon, Miyagi confirmed that Hi-EMA will now require a two-person verification to send alerts and launch real missile alerts. "SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL", the alert read.

It was transmitted to mobile phones and broadcast on television and radio across the island shortly after 8am local time on Saturday.

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While many in Hawaii who got the alert panicked, Smith said she and her family remained calm.

Emergency management officials later admitted "the wrong button was pushed" during a shift change.

While Sutton said her department works closely with the state department of emergency management, she clarified the state is the only agency that can send out an alert like in Hawaii. NHK retracted the mistake in five minutes, first on the internet, and then apologized on air and other formats.

Rapoza said the agency will be looking to improve their interface in order to prevent a future false alarm. The mistake was corrected within minutes.

But it took almost 40 minutes for a corrected message to be issued - with Hawaii's governor saying there was no automatic way to cancel the false alarm, meaning it had to be done manually. A total of four people were on duty Saturday morning, he added, and the employee who sent the alert is both a 10-year veteran of the agency and "very well-trained and seasoned".

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A Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) interceptor is launched during the system's first operational test at the Pacific Missile Range Facility in Kauai, Hawaii on October 5, 2011.

Hawaii Gov. David Ige on Monday appointed state Army National Guard Brig. One is labelled "test missile alert", which will test the notification system is working without actually sending an alert to the public.

"This had the potential for being totally catastrophic", Hirono said.

"Somebody messed up", said Erin Sutton, Director of Virginia Beach's Office of Emergency Management.

When there is a Shelter-in-Place situation, parents and guardians are also advised to do so as well, and avoid picking up children at school, she said.

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