by David Corrigan
UPDATE – This event has been changed to reflect a 2.8 magnitude earthquake, downgraded from the 3.0 first reported.
A magnitude 2.8 earthquake rumbled near Kilauea volcano on the Big Island on Saturday around to 5:27 p.m Hawaii Time.
The quake was centered about 3 miles south of Volcano, or 22 miles southwest of Hawaiian Paradise Park in Puna. It was 26 miles south southwest of Hilo.
The depth was at 2.2 miles, according to preliminary data from the United States Geological Survey.