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HONOLULU — The largest earthquake to rock the Hawaiian Islands since 1975 woke Hawaiians out of their slumber early on the morning of Sunday, Oct. 15, and fortunately did not cause much damage to credit unions.

The quake was centered just off the Big Island of Hawaii and was rated at 6.7 on the Richter Scale. The quake generated no tsunami waves. A quake in 1975 on the Big Island was rated a 7.0 and caused a 30-foot tsunami that killed two campers, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

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