Hawaii Will Begin Testing Nuclear Warning Siren Amid North Korean Threat

Hawaii will begin monthly testing of a nuclear warning siren system on Friday which will warn residents against an incoming nuclear missile strike — the first such tests in Hawaii since the ending of the Cold War, according to CNN. According to the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency, the tests will be conducted during the monthly tests of the statewide warning siren system. Residents will hear the steady alert signal from speakers at 11:45 a.m. on the first business day of each month and it will last for 50 seconds, followed by a 10-second pause and then a blaring “attack warning” signal lasting 50 seconds, the report said. If an attack was to occur, Hawaii’s 1.4 million citizens must find…