How Hawaii was gripped by panic from false missile warning

Panic and terror gripped residents and visitors in Hawaii on Saturday after authorities said there was an incoming ballistic missile only to later clarify that it was a false alarm.Social media users posted videos, photos, and testimonials about residents hurriedly taking up shelter while thinking they were under attack. 'I was sitting in the bathtub with my children, saying our prayers,' Hawaii state representative Matt LoPresti told CNN in emotional interview after false missile alert. One ...