BIG ISLAND (HawaiiNewsNow) –
A 5.5-magnitude quake rattled the Big Island Sunday afternoon, US Geological Survey officials said.
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No tsunami is expected from the quake, which is among the strongest of recent quakes felt around the Big Island. The quake rumbled an area near Kilauea Volcano just before 4 p.m., sending an ash cloud 8,000 feet into the air.