Hundreds of small earthquakes continued to rumble through the area Saturday, one day after a magnitude-6.9 temblor hit - the largest natural disaster to hit Hawaii in more than 40 years. Because lava by Sunday morning was flowing farther than it did in the first days of the eruption, "that means the magma supply is still present and shows signs of continuing", Stovall said. On Sunday, a lava flow was moving away from Fissure No. 8 at significantly less than 1 miles per hour, Stovall said.
In the video, you can see the steaming lava emerging from the underbrush, fully covering the road, and ultimately consuming a parked vehicle that was, unfortunately, not moved.
The decimated homes were in the Leilani Estates subdivision, where molten rock, toxic gas and steam have been bursting through openings in the ground created by the volcano. Since the eruption began, 10 fissures have emerged, and thousands of people have been forced to evacuate.
Lava has spread about 387,500 square feet surrounding the most active fissure on the island but the rate of movement is slow.
Breathing large amounts of sulfur dioxide can result in burning of the nose and throat, and breathing difficulties.
"Please, the residents of Leilani need your help. You can help tremendously by staying out of the area", the civil defence agency said in a statement.
About 250 people and 90 pets spent Saturday night at shelters, the American Red Cross said.
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Brian DeHart said they used standard and infrared cameras to locate the suspect in the apartment through a window. We are deeply saddened by the loss of our officer, and ask that you keep our entire community in your prayers.
He didn't know what would become of his house, one he built with his own hands.
Jordan Sonner has been staying with a friend since she fled her home right outside Leilani Estates.
When Jordan Sonner bought her property in 2016, she knew the neighborhood sat in the shadow of the Kilauea volcano.
Tesha "Mirah" Montoya, 45, said the threat of toxic fumes wasn't enough to make her family evacuate, but the tipping point was the earthquakes. Another four unspecified structures were covered by lava, officials said in revised figures issued Sunday.
"We're just removing all things of value to us and precious things because I have the feeling it could get real - real, real fast", Noah Dawn said.
Sonner was at work this week when she heard that lava had erupted in her neighborhood.
For people with homeowners insurance, it recommends keeping the policy in a safe place, documenting belongings with pictures or videos and removing as much from their homes as possible, because lava flow could cut off their access.
Kilauea (pronounced kill-ah-WAY'-ah), one of the world's most active volcanoes, has been erupting continuously since 1983.