Another piece of possible tsunami debris has washed up on Hawaiian shores.
A compressed gas canister was found at Lanikai Beach.
It’s covered with barnacles and has Japanese writing on it.
Beachgoers said it’s been there for three weeks, but was only reported Thursday.
The Honolulu Fire Department and the Department of Health’s Hazard Evaluation Response team took care of it.
To report tsunami debris, call the Department of Land and Natural Resources at (808) 587-0400.
The owner of Makani Kai Air says the plane that crashed off Molokai had catastrophic engine failure.
A top Hawaii official is dead following a plane crash off Molokai. Officials say state Health Director Loretta Fuddy died at the scene.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie appointed Loretta Fuddy to her position more than two years ago. In her role as state health director, she also served as the mayor of Kalawao County on Molokai.