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A false nuclear warning was broadcast to TVs in New Jersey

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As far as false alarms go, this one would be pretty alarming. 

A nuclear power plant warning was mistakenly sent out to television sets in the New Jersey counties of Cumberland and Salem, NBC New York reported.

The message said, "A civil authority has issued a nuclear power plant warning for the following counties/areas." 

The New Jersey Office of Emergency Management tweeted that the warning was false.

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