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May 18, 1999
Services are scheduled at Forest Lawn Memorial Park on Wednesday for two West Hills siblings killed in a landslide at a Hawaii state park on Mother's Day. Jennifer Johnson, 24, of West Hills, was in Hawaii to attend her 29-year-old brother's graduation from Chaminade University when they were caught in the landslide at Sacred Falls Park. An English major at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, Johnson planned to become part of a hazardous-materials team to safeguard the environment.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 18, 1999
Services are scheduled at Forest Lawn Memorial Park on Wednesday for two West Hills siblings killed in a landslide at a Hawaii state park on Mother's Day. Jennifer Johnson, 24, of West Hills, was in Hawaii to attend her 29-year-old brother's graduation from Chaminade University when they were caught in the landslide at Sacred Falls Park. An English major at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, Johnson planned to become part of a hazardous-materials team to safeguard the environment.
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May 12, 1999 | ELEANOR YANG and PETER M. WARREN and PHIL WILLON, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Cindy Bann refused to budge. With boulders still crashing down the Hawaiian mountainside, rescuers had abandoned her husband amid the rubble, afraid they'd be crushed trying to save a man who was clearly beyond help. Aaron Bann--her high school sweetheart, husband, and the father of their 2-year-old daughter--had just moments before shielded her from a slab of the volcanic mountainside that tore loose and swept through one of Hawaii's most picturesque tourist spots, the Sacred Falls.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 18, 1999 | ANDREW BLANKSTEIN
Services are scheduled at Forest Lawn Memorial Park--Hollywood Hills on Wednesday for two West Hills siblings killed in a landslide at a Hawaii state park on Mother's Day. Jennifer Johnson, 24, of West Hills was in Hawaii to attend her 29-year-old brother's graduation from Chaminade University when they were caught in the landslide at Sacred Falls Park. An English major at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, Johnson planned to become part of a hazardous materials team to safeguard the environment.
NEWS
June 26, 1989
A large underwater earthquake shook Hawaii Island, collapsing one house at Kalapana, causing landslides north of Hilo and generating a small tidal wave, according to authorities and residents. No injuries were reported from the quake, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said. The earthquake, with a magnitude of 6.5, was centered eight miles off the island's southeastern coast, near an underwater volcano named Loihi, said Bruce Turner, a geophysicist at the warning center in Honolulu.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 18, 1999 | ANDREW BLANKSTEIN
Services are scheduled at Forest Lawn Memorial Park--Hollywood Hills on Wednesday for two West Hills siblings killed in a landslide at a Hawaii state park on Mother's Day. Jennifer Johnson, 24, of West Hills was in Hawaii to attend her 29-year-old brother's graduation from Chaminade University when they were caught in the landslide at Sacred Falls Park. An English major at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, Johnson planned to become part of a hazardous materials team to safeguard the environment.
NEWS
May 12, 1999 | ELEANOR YANG and PETER M. WARREN and PHIL WILLON, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Cindy Bann refused to budge. With boulders still crashing down the Hawaiian mountainside, rescuers had abandoned her husband amid the rubble, afraid they'd be crushed trying to save a man who was clearly beyond help. Aaron Bann--her high school sweetheart, husband, and the father of their 2-year-old daughter--had just moments before shielded her from a slab of the volcanic mountainside that tore loose and swept through one of Hawaii's most picturesque tourist spots, the Sacred Falls.
NEWS
June 26, 1989
A large underwater earthquake shook Hawaii Island, collapsing one house at Kalapana, causing landslides north of Hilo and generating a small tidal wave, according to authorities and residents. No injuries were reported from the quake, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said. The earthquake, with a magnitude of 6.5, was centered eight miles off the island's southeastern coast, near an underwater volcano named Loihi, said Bruce Turner, a geophysicist at the warning center in Honolulu.
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