Hawaii’s Big Island struck by 5.7 magnitude earthquake

‘Strong shaking’ could be felt all the way in Honolulu on the island of Oahu, about 200 miles to the north

The US Geological Survey said on Friday that a magnitude 5.7 earthquake struck just south of the Big Island of Hawaii.

The earthquake, which the USGS initially reported as magnitude 6.3 before downgrading it, was centered 11 miles (18km) south of Naalehu, Hawaii, at a depth of 6 miles (10km). The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said no tsunami was expected.

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