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Tsunami warnings in Hawaii lifted

Feb 27, 2010

The Tsunami warnings for the US State of Hawaii were lifted at 1.45pm Hawaii time.
No damages were reported.

Tourists went back to beaches and are now enjoying a sunny and warm afternoon in Hawaii.

The Hawaii Tourism Association ( ) responded to concerned e-mails and phone calls from visitors, travel agents, and relatives from around the globe.

The Hawaii Tourism Authority issued this statement.

At approximately 1:40 p.m., the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center cancelled the tsunami warning in Hawaii. There was no reported damage to the state as a result of the tsunami generated by the earthquake off the coast of Chile. Hotels and other visitor-related facilities are open and operating normally.

Most flights to and from Hawaii are on schedule, however, there may be some delays and travelers should check with their airline before going to the airport.

For more information, call 1-800-gohawaii or visit

Tsunami warnings in Hawaii lifted

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