Accessed on 07 July 2018, 0427 UTC, Post #17162.
Email from the Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency.
Another earthquake has rocked the Halemaumau Crater at the Kilauea summit. The 5.4 temblor did not generate a tsunami. Here’s the report from the Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency:
This is a Civil Defense message for Friday, July 6 at 6:10 in the evening.
Hawaiian Volcanoes Observatory reports a collapse/explosive event with energy equal to a 5.4 magnitude earthquake has occurred at Halemaumau Crater at 6:05 PM.
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center reports there is no Tsunami Threat to the Island of Hawaii.
Due to the volcanic activity, the following is provided for your awareness:
- Residents in the area affected by earthquakes are advised to monitor utility connections of gas, electricity, and water after earthquakes.
- When driving be on the lookout for cracks in roadways.
- If ash is observed stay indoors or seek cover.
Again, there is No Tsunami Threat to the island of Hawaii.
We are on watch 24-hours a day for your safety.
This is your Hawai’i County Civil Defense Agency.”
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