HONOLULU (KHON2) — Officials said flames broke out shortly before 12:30 p.m. near Yokohama Bay, prompting the evacuation of Keawaula Beach Park and the radar station.

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Honolulu ocean safety said, it also helped six hikers off Kaena point.

“We’re very happy,” said Janet Gilbert, a beachgoer. “I understand that six hikers were already rescued off the trail. I don’t think it’s anything you can mess with especially with the winds and how fast the fire has traveled.”

So far, approximately 20 acres have burned.

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HFD said the fire was 90% contained on Monday night.

According to a media release at 10 a.m., the park was reclosed on Tuesday after the fire rekindled.