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Japan woke up to a terrifying text alert

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Around 5:58 a.m. local time, North Korea fired a missile over Hokkaido, Japan, and shortly thereafter, the country’s J-Alert warning system kicked in and delivered the chilling news to the smartphones of millions residents of Japan. 

One Twitter user based in Japan posted an image of the alert that came in, which read, “A missile was fired from North Korea. Please evacuate to a sturdy building or basement.” 

Alarm from JP Gov. “A missile was fired from North Korea. Please evacuate to a sturdy building or basement.” #northkorea #Japan pic.twitter.com/38NNCteqY2

— Chiho komoriya (@Chihokomoriya) August 28, 2017 Read more…

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