US state just 20 minutes from North Korea’s nukes is preparing for attack

Wednesday, November 15, 2017
By Paul Martin

A US state has revealed how it is preparing for a North Korean nuclear attack – amid fears missiles will take just 20 minutes to reach the coast.

By Tom Towers
15th November 2017

Emergency planners in Alaska have warned it will not attempt evacuations if a warhead is fired.

Jeremy Zidek, from the state’s disaster planning team, will urge locals to find shelter rather than risk being caught in the open.

He also urged families to have an emergency stash of food and water, flashlights and radios, and medical supplies including the anti-radiation pill Prussian Blue – medication that lessens the radiological impacts on your body.

Tensions have escalated on the Korean peninsula after a series of missile tests in the hermit kingdom.

Tubby tyrant Kim Jong-un has since threatened a “nuclear holocaust” and there are fears the regime will soon have a missile capable of reaching the US mainland.

Mr Zidek admitted that the state’s defensive facilities could be picked for attack.

Alaska is home to Fort Greely, where the US has interceptor rockets designed to destroy incoming intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs).

The state also has missile defences at the Pacific Spaceport Complex as well as radar warning systems at Clear Air Force Station.

Mr Zidek said: “We have the missile defence system here. We have missiles and radars in number of different locations.”

“Perhaps there would be some type of attack on those military facilities to try to hinder our ability to react to any missile launches.”

He also warned that Alaska no longer retains bomb shelters and there would be no new measures to deal specifically with the nuclear threat.

He said: “There could be evacuation notices put in place but are we going to be able to get that amount of lead time to instruct people to actually evacuate an area?

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