A tide of molten rock turned a Hawaii street into a volcanic wasteland on Friday as the number of homes destroyed by the erupting Kilauea volcano soared and authorities told residents to flee a surge of lava heading towards them.
Officials said there was no release of any unsafe hydrogen sulfide gas after lava crept over the plugged wells Sunday.
Firefighters also had to lead a man from his home near Kilauea late on Sunday after he was trapped by fast-moving lava, Hawaii News Now reported.
Lava engulfed the heads of two wells that tap into steam and gas deep in the Earth's core at the 38-megawatt Puna Geothermal Venture on Saturday.
Three weeks into the volcano's eruption, scientists said the summit is still too risky to survey on foot.
Molten rock from the erupting Kilauea volcano continued to relentlessly bulldoze through homes and backyards nearly a month after it began.
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While eruptions continue at the main crater, Kilauea's lava flows have also proven extremely risky for bystanders and residents who refused to evacuate.
Kilauea is the world's most active volcano and one of five on Hawaii's Big Island.
The new fissure sent more lava into the to evacuated Leilani Estates district in the eastern corner of Hawaii's Big Island.
This lava has covered some 2,500 acres in and around the Leilani Estates neighborhood, and several flows have reached the sea.
Another lava flow near the rural housing development slowed and was 137 meters (150 yards) from Pohoiki Road, where there are dozens more homes, the observatory said. She's a former smoker, "so that's probably part of the problem, " she said.
Scientists believe the volcanic activity may be a precursor to a major eruption similar to the one that shook the island in the mid-1920s. "We monitor for hydrogen sulfide and sulfur dioxide on a continuous basis".