Sunday, May 6, 2018

Breaking -- Lava leaps 230 feet, houses burn, earthquakes continue -- video, photos, stories on Hawaii volcano update, a special report


After a short period of quiet in Leilani Estates, a new, vigorous fissure began erupting from Luana Street on Saturday evening. Big Island Video News.

The lava outbreaks in Leilani Estates remained active overnight with a new fissure emerging and lava fountains as high as 230 feet, according to Hawaiian Volcano Observatory. Star-Advertiser.

1 am Eruption Update – New Ground Cracks On Highway 130. Big Island Video News.

Fissures 9 and 10 open in Leilani Estates; eruptions reported. Hawaii News Now.

Hourly updates
on the Big Island lava threat. KITV.

Sputtering lava, strong earthquakes and toxic gas jolted the southern part of the Big Island of Hawaii as magma shifted underneath a restless Kilauea volcano. Associated Press.

Volcanic gas a ‘risk for everyone’ in the area near lava outbreak. Star-Advertiser.

Talmadge Magno, the Hawaii County Civil Defense administrator, says that the first responders are feeling the effects of sulphur dioxide working in Leilani Estates. KHON2.

Watch and wait: Some may be allowed to return to homes briefly. Tribune-Herald.

Temporary flight restrictions have been issued for the area above lower Puna and is in effect from today until 11:59 p.m. Monday. Star-Advertiser.

Residents of neighboring Hawaii island communities fear they will be next to feel Pele’s wrath. Star-Advertiser.

Homes consumed by lava in Leilani Estates eruption, but most residents remain optimistic. KHON2.

Most of the Big Island is open for business, officials say. Star-Advertiser.

Here's how you can donate to those impacted by the Kilauea eruption. Hawaii News Now.