The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on The Economic Crisis Report
Last weekend, residents of Hawaii were terrified when they were abruptly awakened by a message on their phones and televisions warning them that a missile was inbound and that they should seek shelter immediately. For 38 long minutes, residents were certain that they were about to die. Few were prepared.
For some, the panic was so intense that they were shoving their children into storm drains, screaming, and crying. One man suffered a massive heart attack. (Here’s how to prepare a shelter to go to in the event of a real missile warning.)
But what if the warning had been real?
Defense One is a website that analyzes U.S. defense and national security issues. In a recent article, they delved into what the damage would have really looked like if a missile struck Honolulu, the most likely target in Hawaii.
Defense One’s sources predicted that the warhead would be bigger than the bombs dropped on Hiroshimapost was originally published on this site