HONOLULU – Crews were busy over the weekend cleaning up and assessing damage, while American Red Cross volunteers were helping people after tsunami waves battered Hawaii early Friday.

Red Cross officials said damage assessment teams focused on locations in Kona, Kealakekua, Wailuku, Sprecklesville and Kihei on Saturday, and crews on Sunday assisted residents in Molokai.

About 35 apartments and homes suffered substantial damage from the tsunami, with the most severely hit areas in Molokai, Kealakekua and Kamalu, said Red Cross spokeswoman Maria Lutz.

Red Cross volunteers worked on addressing what Lutz termed the “immediate needs” of people, including food and clothing.

Donations were also coming in to the Red Cross to help people in Hawaii, but Lutz did not have an estimate on how much had been contributed so far.

No one was reported killed when the tsunami hit Hawaii, but a 79-year-old man visiting from British Columbia, Canada, was hospitalized after nearly drowning off a beach near a Waikiki Beach hotel in a tsunami surge Friday, the Star-Advertiser reported.

“(The water) came in and knocked him down and he rolled under the water,” ocean safety Capt. Paul Merino told the newspaper.

Lifeguards were able to revive the man before he was transported to a hospital.