Wong woke up to false missile warning in Hawaii and family 'freaking out'

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Wong woke up to false missile warning in Hawaii and family 'freaking out'
Wong woke up to false missile warning in Hawaii and family 'freaking out'

ST. LOUIS • One of the first calls Cardinals infielder Kolten Wong made from St. Louis when he saw word of an inbound missile alert back home in Hawaii was to his brother, Kean. The younger Wong, an infielder for Tampa Bay, had gone to a cliff area on the big island to fish, and instead saw only panic as a result of what proved to be a false alert. "Oh my god man, I was freaking out. Absolutely freaking out," Wong said Saturday at the Cardinals' Winter Warm-up. "This guy (Kean) was on the beach fishing right now. He was panicking, packing, throwing his stuff into the car. That's just insane how that is an accident. ... It's supposed to take only 15 minutes for a missile to hit Hawaii. To have

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