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The law allows patients to request medication to end their lives. It gives them the choice to change their minds, too.
One passenger said she “heard a big bang and the plane started to shake violently.”
“I feel badly for what’s happened,” he tells NBC.
David Ige said he couldn’t alert citizens to a false alarm because he couldn’t remember his social media passwords.
The worker blamed for triggering a false missile alert on Saturday “feels terrible” about his error, according to Hawaii’s Emergency Management Agency.
Here’s how Hawaii residents responded when a false alert notified the state of an attack.
'I was on the phone with my cousins and we thought they were going to die.'
Measuring in at a massive 400 metres long this asteroid is around the same length as the world’s largest ships and has been travelling through interstellar space for millions of years .