M 6.9 Earthquake Rocks Hawaii’s Big Island
A M 6.9 earthquake struck the Big Island of Hawaii on May 4, and is associated with volcanic activity at the Kilauea volcano. The USGS reports at least 7 earthquakes of M 4.5 or larger over the last 24 hours, with 4 significant aftershocks within 30 minutes of the M 6.9 event.
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