HONOLULU, Hawaii — A Sturtevant lady who’s in Hawaii to assist care for her new grandson, says she thought they have been going to die. This, after an emergency alert notification was despatched out on Saturday, January thirteenth, claiming a “ballistic missile menace inbound to Hawaii.”
Fortunately, the menace was a false alarm brought on by an worker urgent the “mistaken button” throughout a shift change, Hawaii officers say. Nevertheless, it was nonetheless very scary for many who weren’t positive what was happening.
“My daughter simply yelled, ‘Dress! Dress! Seize the infant then dress,'” stated Joyce Andersen, who’s from Sturtevant, Wisconsin. “They’ve a one-bed room house so I put my air mattress…towards the glass home windows. I used to be sitting within the galley kitchen, between two cupboards, my daughter was filling glasses filled with water. Informed my son-in-regulation to refill the bath and sink with waterbecause if the water goes out you want clear consuming water.”
Joyce Andersen says she referred to as relations to inform them she liked them. She did not discover out it was a false alarm for near forty minutes.
“We have been scared. We have been fairly scared,” Andersen stated. “We have been filling up water and praying and hoping that it was not going to occur.”
The entire ordeal is giving her daughter second ideas about dwelling in Hawaii.
Andersen says the islands are nonetheless on edge following the incident.