North Korea to Guam is 14 minutes via ballistic missile

The U.S. territory in the western Pacific is being prepped for an "imminent missile attack"
1:17 | 08/11/17

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of Guam. Are and today, an ominous warning went to residents there. How to preticket themselves in case of an attack. Jim Avila was there. Reporter: With Guam in the crosshairs tonight, their office of homeland security and civil defense issuing these pamphlets to help prepare for "An imminent missile threat." Warning to "Not look at the flash or fireball. It can blind you." To "Shelter in place" by sealing off doors and windows, and to "Expect to stay inside for at least 24 hours unless other told by authorities." It's scary, the thought of it. Reporter: North Korea is just four hours away by plane but, just 14 minutes by ballistic missile. And those officers are training for all scenarios. Ready to shoot down those missiles. We feel safe here right now. Reporter: The island of Guam is different because it's a specific threat and a date in mid August. And you can see from the local paper, they are taking the threat seriously. Thank you. We do want to movie on at a

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