Categories sci-tech Thanksgiving Day Earthquake Post author By Baron Post date November 23, 2006 2 Comments on Thanksgiving Day Earthquake We just got hit by another earthquake at about 9:20am, not as strong as the Oct. 15th quake. Preliminary magnitude is 5.0 about 13 miles north of Kailua Kona. Click on the map above for data. Info will appear on the other USGS website appears to be swamped at the moment. tux.wr.usgs.gov/ Share this:FacebookTwitterEmailPocketTumblrRedditPinterestPrintLike Loading... ← SlingBoxing → Turkey Dinner, day #3 2 replies on “Thanksgiving Day Earthquake” Hey Baron. I didn't know about the earthquake. I was in Vietnam. I'm just at the border now, waiting for a bus to the next big city in China, so as I can fly back to Beijing. Wow. Any damage from this one? Lots of rockslides, some bigger like one which closed the road on the Hamakua Coast, others smaller like the softball-basketball sized rocks that ended up on Queen Kaahumanu Hwy. I don't think it did much in the way of structural damage, I was in the shower at the time and kept going figuring the water pipe might break should it get stronger. Still plenty of aftershocks and other smaller temblors since then. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.