Don Hurzeler captured this unbelievable image of Wai a Pele at Puʻu Kapoho Sunday June 3,18 – lanikai-beach

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Mileka Lincoln shared a post — at Green Lake.
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No words for this ❤️ Mahalo Don Hurzeler for capturing this unbelievable image of Wai a Pele at Puʻu Kapoho on Sunday, June 3, 2018 • Heading up now with Andrew Richard Hara : Media, Ehitu Keeling, Photojournalist Hollyn Johnson & Blue Hawaiian Helicopters! #LeilaniEstatesEruption #KilaueaVolcano – This is a “waterfall” of lava pouring into Green Lake that is inside the Kapoho Crater on Green Mountain. The lake appears to be completely filled with lava now and the lava fall is still pouring into like a regular waterfall…amazing to witness.
Make a way where there is no way. Green Lake lava filled the lake and evaporated all the water. https://youtu.be/pTjjZ51On9Y?list=PLSSyGkjh6-tmDqxe6_cxKbFH3kqWQSEAT –
Hawaii Volcano Eruption Update – Saturday Night (June 2, 2018) https://youtu.be/DcMx9zvYCHg
Hawaii Eruption: Lava Activity Map (Jun. 2, 2018) https://youtu.be/sl7t0gbrDuo –
Make a way where there is no way. Green Lake lava filled the lake and evaporated all the water. https://youtu.be/pTjjZ51On9Y?list=PLSSyGkjh6-tmDqxe6_cxKbFH3kqWQSEAT –
At 10 AM, lava entered Green Lake within Kapoho Crater producing a large steam plume. By 1:30 PM the steam plume had ceased and by 3 PM, a Hawaii County Fire Department overflight reported that lava had filled the lake and apparently evaporated all the water. – http://quakes.globalincidentmap.com/# –
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#LeilaniEstatesEruption #KilaueaVolcano UPDATE (June 2 at 9:30 PM): I just got off the phone with Hawaiʻi Island Senator Kai Kahele who flew over the lower East Rift Zone tonight and shared this aerial video with us. “ was burning homes, it was burning farms, and just laying destruction in its path with a direct line for Vacationland and Kapoho Bay. I would be surprised, if it continues on its current speed, that it hasn’t reached the Kapoho Vacationland shoreline by the time the sun comes up,” said Senator Kahele. The fountain from fissure 8 has created a large, fast-moving lava flow that inundated the Four Corners intersection at Highway 132 and Highway 137 and is moving downslope toward the ocean into Kapoho Beach Lot, according to Hawaiʻi County Civil Defense Agency officials. We’re releasing these images in hopes they will help to provide some information and guidance to those residents who live in the area — many of whom have reached out to us requesting that we post more aerial footage as soon as we’re able to. According to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory: “Fountaining at Fissure 8 continued unabated during the day, feeding a channelized lava flow to the northeast along Highway 132 that has crossed Highway 137 at the intersection of the two highways at 9:30 AM this morning. The flow continued advancing into Kapoho Crater and Kapoho Beach Lots. At 10 AM, lava entered Green Lake within Kapoho Crater producing a large steam plume. By 1:30 PM the steam plume had ceased and by 3 PM, a Hawaii County Fire Department overflight reported that lava had filled the lake and apparently evaporated all the water. Other branches of the Fissure 8 lava flow inactive. The only other lava flow noted by the morning overflight was at Fissure 16, was weakly active. According to Civil Defense: “Due to lava crossing Highway 137, Kapoho-Pohoiki Road, the following policies are in effect: *There is NO ACCESS to Kapoho, Vacationland, Highway 132, and Highway 137. *Government Beach Road, between Kahakai Boulevard and Cinder Road, is open to Waʻa Waʻa and Papaya Farms Road residents only with official credentials. Placards are required to access Government Beach Road between Kahakai Blvd. & Cinder Rd. There is no curfew. Shelters at Pāhoa Community Center and Keaʻau Armory are open and pet friendly.” –

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