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said. “And to­day I did the com­plete op­po­site … the sub­ject line was a mis­take and my mis­take alone. I apol­o­gize for caus­ing any undo or un­nec­es­sary con­cern.”

He said he stands by the body of the email, how­ever, which states that in the event of an at­tack, the 10 UH cam­puses will “rely on the Hawaii Emer­gency Man­age­ment Agency siren sys­tem and fol­low agency in­struc­tions on ‘shel­ter­ing-in-place.’”

De­spite the na­tional at­ten­tion, the email didn’t gen­er­ate a large num­ber of com­plaints from stu­dents or fac­ulty, Meisen­zahl said.

UH-Hilo spokesman Jerry Chang said Tues­day his of­fice had not re­ceived any calls or emails about the mes­sage.

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