to new areas and its inhabitants are reaching their boiling point. A man was arrested after he pulled a gun at a neighbor and shot him in a fight.
Sixty-one-year-old John Hubbard is currently in custody. He is accused of opening fire and allegedly attacking a neighbor who came to inspect his property. The victim was injured but not shot.
And the crisis continues. Lava has already overrun the main highway, Highway 1
Scientists say the lava flow is getting hotter, smoother and faster, covering about six football fields per hour. During the four-week crisis, molten rock has spread over 4.5 square miles of the Big Island – more than three times the size of New York's Central Park.
New aerial video showing how lava channels form in hardened rock, reports CBS News correspondent Carter Evans. "It's a self-made lava channel, the sides freeze, and then the part in the middle flows on, and those channels are very efficient," Rowland said, "The lava flows are inexorable and unpredictable. Continuing tensions in Leilani Estates may have contributed to a shooting incident on Tuesday.
The danger is real: the number of homes destroyed this week increased from 41 to over 70. Authorities say it's a human nature that people want to stay in their homes until the last minute. Affected communities, the last minute is now.