• A worker who sent Hawaii’s false missile alert has reportedly been reassigned, not fired.
  • The civil defense employee “feels terrible” about the situation.
  • A two-step process is in place to send out alerts.

The worker who sent a false missile alert to Hawaiian residents on Saturday has reportedly been reassigned.

The civil defence employee has been moved to another role, but not fired, according to multiplemedia reports.

In a press conference on Saturday, the head of Hawaii’s Emergency Management Agency, Vern Miyagi, said the worker “feels terrible.”

 

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