Kalihi residents demand action to prevent rockfalls
By Michael Tsai
April 15, 2012
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COURTESY DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES Two homes were nearly destroyed and a third damaged late Thursday when two boulders tumbled down the hillside above Kula Kolea Place in Kalihi. Emergency officials warned Saturday that loose boulders continue to pose a danger. Tree branches halted the advance of one rock above Kula Kolea Place.
Residents fear rocks
Emergency officials warn
that boulders continue to pose a threat to several homes in Kalihi.