A magnitude 5.2 earthquake hit off Hawaii’s Big Island on Monday, according to Daily Reuters.
The quake struck about 7 miles offshore of the northwest coast of the Big Island Monday, with the the epicenter about 75 miles north of both Hilo and Kailua-Kona. The USGS said people reported feeling weak shaking as far away as Oahu, with strong shaking felt in some areas of the Big Island.
The Hamakua Coast, where the shudder hit is a distant, meagerly populated space of the Big Island. There were no quick reports of harm or wounds.
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The quake didn’t change the alarm levels for the Big Island’s Kilauea and Mauna Loa volcanoes. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said no tidal wave is normal.