Guam Releases Prep Sheet After N. Korea Threats: ‘Don’t Look at the Flash or Fireball’

Guam’s Department of Homeland Security issued a new fact sheet on Friday detailing safety measures residents can take to prepare for a potential missile threat, Pacific Daily News reported. The guidelines were released in light of recent threats that North Korea will launch a missile attack near the U.S. island territory. Tips include avoiding looking directly at the “flash or fireball–it can blind you,” and “take cover behind anything that might offer protection.” Despite the recent threats, Gov. Eddie Calvo said Friday that the threat level in Guam remains the same and that the island is “safe and sound.”