A 5.7-magnitude earthquake struck near Pahala on Hawaii's Big Island on Friday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
A reporter with Honolulu ABC affiliate KITV said he felt strong, intense shaking near Hilo on the Big Island.
"It was one of the strongest ones I've ever felt here," one hotel owner said.
The governor's office said no tsunami is expected.
UPDATE--REVISED EARTHQUAKE PARAMETERS: The earthquake at 10:07am HST today (2/9) was determined to be on the SE flank of Mauna Loa, and the magnitude downgraded to 5.7. There is still NO tsunami threat expected. pic.twitter.com/W1De60sMzu
— Hawaii EMA (@Hawaii_EMA) February 9, 2024
In Naalehu, no injuries have been reported but some businesses have lost electricity, according to Naalehu police.
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