HONOLULU - Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa talked about what her husband experienced when a false ballistic missile attack alert went out to Hawaii residents Saturday morning.

"My husband had left. He was on the freeway. He let me know that people are driving crazy. 100 mph. So, he got out of the way," said Hanabusa.

Hanabusa said she was in a meeting at the time.

"I had a meeting at a Zippy's. When I got there and walked in, they said, 'Take any table you want. People went running out of here,'" said Hanabusa.

"And the main thing about what happened, it's the delay in the time it took to notify the public. The insensitivity in realizing how this is going to affect our people. We've had pictures of people sheltering down," said Hanabusa.