Powerful gusts and high surf wreak havoc across the state
By Dan Nakaso firstname.lastname@example.org
Feb. 11, 2019
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Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell and city officials spoke today about high winds and dangerous surf across the state. They asked the public to remain vigilant and indoors. Read more at www.staradvertiser.com
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Police, fire and city parks department personnel Sunday responded to a fallen 70-foot kiawe tree in Kapiolani Park just east of the Dillingham Fountain which blocked Waikiki-bound lanes of Kalakaua Avenue.
Mayor Kirk Caldwell held a press conference Sunday in the City Emergency Operations Center in the basement of the Frank Fasi Municipal Building. Behind him are Ocean Safety Capt. Kurt Lager, HPD Capt. Thomas Santos, city Emergency Management Director Hirokazu Toiya and HFD Capt. Stan Kimura.