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'Twilight:Breaking Dawn', 'Hawaii Five-0' Sets Evacuated Due to Tsunami

By Michelle Lamar |

breaking-dawnBreaking Dawn and Hawaii-O casts were evacuated because of the tsunami warnings yesterday. A tsunami created by the largest earthquake in Japan’s recorded history resulted in tsunami warnings for the West Coast and Hawaii yesterday.

The cast of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn evacuated from the Vancouver Island, British Columbia, filming location.  The cast of Hawaii Five-O was moved to higher ground because of the tsunami warnings.

Daniel Dae Kim of  Hawaii Five-O tweeted about the evacuation.  Kim tweeted the cast was being moved to higher ground while Hawaii waited out a tsunami warning.  Then at Noon Friday, Dae Kim updated his status:

“Back at work, bleary eyed & heartsick, but very grateful. As far as I know, everyone is safe. Thx 2 all of you 4 your kind thoughts. Truly.”

Because of the possible tsunami danger, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner and the rest of the Breaking Dawn cast were evacuated from their filming location on British Columbia’s Vancouver Island beach, according to PEOPLE.

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn shoot location is set on an open waterfront which was named as a potential target of the tsunami.

Actress Tinsel Korey, tweeted, “They’re evacuating us 4 a tsumnani [sic] warning. If this this is my last my tweet. I love you. The end. Hugz.”

Korey plays Sam Uley’s fiancee Emily Young in the Twilight Saga.

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About Michelle Lamar


Michelle Lamar

Lamar and Ronnie Tyler have used social media to build an online movement around promoting healthy families and marriages. By following their passion, they have stumbled into their purpose. From blogging to speaking to creating films with sold-out screenings across the country, the Tylers are loving life and each other along the way. You can find out more about the Atlanta based couple and their four kids on their personal blog

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