A strong earthquake has struck off the coast of Fiji at 6:54 a.m. PST Monday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The earthquake initially measured 6.9 magnitude, but was downgraded to 6.8, and struck about 62 miles northeast of Ndoi Island, Fiji.READ MORE: UPDATE: News Crew Security Guard Shot in Oakland Dies From Injuries; Photo of Suspect Vehicle Released
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center says no destructive widespread tsunami threat exists to Hawaii or other regions as the quake shook 383 miles deep.READ MORE: California Gold Rush Town Typifies Labor-Shortage Plight Vexing BusinessesUPDATE: 2 Men Shot Outside South Bay High School Football Playoff Game
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