A North Korean nuclear missile fired at Hawaii could possibly avoid interception, would hit too fast to evacuate the population and would claim 15,000 lives, government file reveals

Tuesday, September 26, 2017
By Paul Martin

The chilling file was presented at a meeting in the Hawaiian capital Honolulu
Takes the form of a presentation, explaining threat posed by a nuclear weapon
Predicts as many as 15,000 casualties, with most survivors exposed to radiation

BY MICHAEL HAVIS
DAILYMAIL.COM
26 September 2017

A North Korean nuclear missile fired at Hawaii could possibly avoid interception, would hit too fast to evacuate the population and would claim 15,000 lives, a government file reveals.

The chilling file was presented at a meeting in the Hawaiian capital Honolulu last Thursday, two days after lawmakers met secretly to discuss the issue.

It takes the form of a presentation, explaining the threat posed by a nuclear weapon nearly six times more powerful than the one dropped on Hiroshima.

It predicts as many as 15,000 casualties, with up to 60 per cent of the surviving population exposed to radiation, in addition to widespread damage to infrastructure.

The presentation warns that a nuclear missile couldn’t be intercepted ‘with absolute certainty’ and there would be just 20 minutes from launch to impact.

No evacuation will be attempted in that timeframe, the file adds, so Hawaiians should prepare to shelter in place and await further instructions.

A warning statement, which would to be continuously broadcast on radio and TV and beamed to mobiles and pagers, also appears in the presentation.

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