Hawaii's Emergency Management Agency mistakenly sent a text message to Hawaiians Saturday morning warning of an incoming ballistic missile, sending island residents into a panic for the 38 minutes it took for a correction to be sent. "Ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii. Seek immediate shelter. This is not a drill," the original message said in all caps. "NO missile threat to Hawaii," the agency tweeted soon after. Hawaiian Gov. David Ige (D) said later Saturday the alert went out because "an employee pushed the wrong button" during a shift change. The Federal Communications Commission will investigate the incident.

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