PAHOA, HAWAII - The U.S. Geological Survey says a second large earthquake of magnitude-6.9 has struck on Hawaii's Big Island near where a volcanic eruption has forced residents to evacuate their rural homes.
The earthquake hit about 12:33 p.m. Friday and was centered near the south flank of Kilauea volcano.
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center says the quake wasn't strong enough to cause a tsunami. No tsunami threat or advisory is in place.
The state transportation department says on Twitter that no damage has been reported to roads.
Before the quake, Hawaii County Civil Defense said a new vent opened near an intersection. There is no activity at a geothermal power plant, which has been taken offline.