Confusion in Hokkaido: residents react to North Korea’s missile launch

Confusion in Hokkaido: residents react to North Korea’s

Residents of Japan’s northernmost island received so-called ‘J-Alerts’ on their mobile phones to warn of North Korea’s latest missile launch. An email was sent and loud alarms rang out in places, warning the people of Hokkaido to stay indoors.

Confusion in Hokkaido: residents react to N. Korea missile

Residents of Japan’s northernmost island received so-called ‘J-Alerts’ on their mobile phones to warn of North Korea’s latest missile launch. 0.14 Train station in Hokkaido 0.18 scroll bar

VIDEO : Confusion in Hokkaido: residents react to North

VIDEO : ‘I had no idea where to go’, said one woman after a North Korean missile flew over the Japanese island of Hokkaido.

Confusion in Hokkaido: residents react to N. Korea missile

0.00 Sirens and alarms in Hokkaido saying «Missile passing» and «Missile apparently has passed above. Stay away from unknown objects.» Residents of Japan’s northernmost island received so-called ‘J-Alerts’ on their mobile phones to warn of North Korea’s latest missile launch.

Confusion in Hokkaido: residents react to N. Korea missile

0.00 Sirens and alarms in Hokkaido saying «Missile passing» and «Missile apparently has passed above. Stay away from unknown objects.» Residents of Japan’s northernmost island received so-called ‘J-Alerts’ on their mobile phones to warn of North Korea’s latest missile launch.

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Residents unsure how to react as North Korean missile

North Korea’s firing of a missile over northern Japan on Tuesday heightened concerns among citizens, triggering alerts in communities and prompting some to run for cover.