Just a half hour ago, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) reported that the 12:33 pm earthquake in the Kilauea volcano area was a magnitude 6.9 – much higher than the last upgraded estimate of 6.0.
Guests at the Hilo Hawaiian Hotel said they felt the jolt of the quake that occurred at around 12:30 pm. Karla Redding of Kailua was in her hotel room on the 6th floor and said the floor and lamp shades started shaking and swinging and last at least 30 seconds.
Hotel bellman Alan Shinkai was in an elevator…
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