The Latest: Sirens blare, trains stop during N Korean missile flight

 Another missile launch by North Korea.

An emergency response official on Japan’s northern island of Hokkaido says business has been usual most of the morning after a North Korean missile flew over the island.

Warning sirens to alert residents blared twice — once immediately after the launch Friday and the second time just after the missile passed above their heads.

Hokkaido prefectural emergency official Shuji Koshida said local trains and subways briefly stopped for safety checks but there was no panicking or traffic jams.

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