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The residents said they should get off after the fast lava flow in Leilani Estates



An update on the situation this week in Hawaii. (19659002) HOLY HAWAIIAN VOLKANO OBSERVER

View this morning from a research camera looking south-southeast from the observation tower of the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory towards the active vents in Halemaumau Crater

  • DENNIS ODA / DODA @ STARADVERTISER .COM

    The National Guard led the media on a tour of the lava sites in Leilani Estates. Hawaii National Guard public affairs officer Jeff Hickman stood on Leilani Ave in front of the gap on Sunday 7. Talking about the dangers of getting too close to the lava flow. He said that this was so close to the outbreak that we could safely go. The air quality conditions indicated that it was completely safe.

  • VOLUNTARY US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

    Map of the Kilouea Lower East Rift Zone rifts and rivers starting Monday afternoon.


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    UPDATE: 6:19 pm

    Hawaiian Volcano Observatory geologists report a fast-moving pahoehoe lava flow from Rift No. 8, which moves to the Nohea and Kupono Straits north of Leilani Avenue

    lava fountains Reported on Moku Street, officials from the Hawaii County Civil Defense warn everyone east of Pomaikai Street to leave the area immediately.

    Civil Defense reminds the public:

    >> Residents near the eruption must leave the area to avoid being isolated by the current.

    >> The authorities go from door to door on the affected roads.

    >> And there are shelters in the Pahoa and Keaau community centers and in the Sure Foundation Church

    5:49 pm

    An earthquake with a provisional magnitude of 4.4 hit the Hilina Region of Kilauea volcano, but was not strong enough to trigger a tsunami, officials said.

    with the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center on Oahu said that although no tsunami is expected, "some areas have been shocked."

    The quake shook the area around 17:40.

    The US Geological Survey estimated the magnitude at 4.1, saying that it was centered about 6 miles south of Volcano Village at a depth of about 3.4 miles.

    5:40 pm

    Lava continues into Leilani Estates and Lanipuna Gardens today in the fourth week of Kilauea volcano "vigorous eruption," said scientists

    Geologists of the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory said that the lava flow from the rut no 8 reached Pohoiki Road this morning, but faltered.

    During a 13 o'clock overflight, columns 8, 18, 20, 22, 6/13 and 7/21 had reactivated with column no. 7/21 with the tallest fountains, they said.

    "The reactivated rifts have not yet burst enough lava to reach the coast, making the two sea entry areas relatively inactive, with only a small amount of lava entering the ocean from the eastern channel," reads the latest update of HVO.

    They added that if a shift in wind direction today, as predicted, could occur on the Big Island.

    At the Kilauea summit, ashes from the Halemaumau crater kept bubbling over. Weaker winds threaten to send volcanic ash to communities near the summit.

    The recent lava and eruption activities on Kilauea's Lower East Rift Zone and Summit began on May 3 with a lava outburst in Leilani Estates, followed by a 6.9 earthquake the next day and increased steam-driven Ashes and rock explosions from the Halemaumau crater.

    1 pm

    The National Meteorological Service said that light easterly winds are expected to puff volcanic gases westward. This includes elevated ash and sulfur dioxide in front of the Kilauea peak and cracks in the East Rift Zone.

    Hawaii Electric said that power outages in the lower East Rift Zone are likely. The power will be diverted to Leilani Estates and the lower Puna areas from 3 pm

    This week, two community meetings will take place. The Tuesday meeting is scheduled for 17 o'clock. in the cafeteria of Pahoa High School. The meeting on Wednesday is scheduled for 17.30. in the multipurpose room of Kau High.

    12 o'clock

    The lava flowing from Leilani Estates began to cross Pohoiki Road around 8 o'clock today

    However, its advance has slowed from hundreds of yards per second from hours to sunday night to several meters This morning, after the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory.

    Fissure 9 is reactivated, but only breaks out small amounts of lava that accumulate nearby.

    PREVIOUS COVER

    Lava flows flooding a portion of the Puna geothermal power plant overnight after two wells were mated earlier in the evening reported to Hawaii County this morning.

    The district officials said that no dangerous hydrogen sulfide gas was released, as some feared when lava breaks through the well shafts that tap steam and hot water several thousand feet to produce electricity through turbines.

    There were also no reports of violations that encountered molten rock in the Puna Geo Thermal Venture facility and also triggered an emergency evacuation alert for parts of the neighboring Leilani Estates subdivision.

    The warning was issued at approximately 19:30. via mobile phones in an area that covers large parts of three roads in the rural subdivision.

    Public security officials at the Hawaii County Fire Department, the State Department of Land and Natural Resources, the Hawaii County Department of Public Works and the National Guard also moved house to door in the subdivision where relatively few people remain.

    The county said the warning was issued because Lava was moving in a "quick step".

    Pre-ground evacuation personnel were also equipped with infra-red sensors supported by US Geological Survey drones, which help in locating people.

    At least 10 homes were destroyed overnight by the relatively brisk stream, the county reported.

    This lava originated largely from Gap 7, which was most active on Sunday in or near Leilani Estates venting out of five producing lava.

    However, Fissure 7 produced no lava as of this morning,

    Only two cracks were producin This morning – 8 and 24. This morning, on May 24, the fissure opened 24. Almost four weeks after the lava began May 3rd.

    Puna Geothermal Venture shut down its power plant with 10 wells shortly after the lava eruptions and took action to seal the wells with the potential to tap them again someday.

    The Kilauea Summit, which is far from Pahoa and Leilani Estates, still has frequent ash blasts from the Caldera Crater. Ash reached almost 15,000 feet this morning.

    Because of light winds around 5 miles per hour, sulfur dioxide is the most irritating and less harmful to health than hydrogen sulfide gas, collects and floats around areas around Ocean View and Pahala.

    The sulfur dioxide produced by the lava eruptions could also drift off into areas such as Pahoa, Nanawale, South Hilo, and toward Hamakua, the county reported.

    Tradewinds, who typically blow off sulfur dioxide from most of the eastern Hawaiian populations, are expected on Wednesday.


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