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Hawaii Island CD eruption information update (9/22/2014)

Below is a message from the County of Hawaii Civil Defense:

Eruption Information Update 09/21/14 At 8:00AM

Incident: Eruption Information Update

This is a Lava Flow and Brush Fire Information Update for Monday, Sept. 264 more words

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HVO Kilauea Status, 19 September 2014

Recent Kilauea Status Reports, Updates, and Information ReleasesHVO/USGS Volcanic Activity NoticeVolcano: Kilauea VNUM #332010Current Volcano Alert Level: WARNINGCurrent Aviation Color Code: ORANGEIssued: Friday, September 19, 2014, 3:59 PM HST 20140920/0159ZSource: Hawaiian Volcano ObservatoryNotice Number: 2014/H7Location: N 19 deg 25 min W 155 deg 17 minElevation: 4091 ft 1247 mArea: HI Hawaii and Pacific OceanVolcanic Activity Summary: Between September 17 and 19, the June 27th flow continued to advance northeastward at a slower average rate of 190 m/day 625 ft/day. 203 more words

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Lava flow expected to reach Pahoa in 9-10 days

Nine to 10 days — that’s the latest projection as to how long it will take for lava to reach Pahoa.

According to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, the Kilauea lava flow has slowed down to a rate of 660 feet per day. 306 more words

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Backup plans in place in case lava impacts general election

If the lava on the Big Island crosses major roads, residents fear they could see a repeat of the isolation they felt during the aftermath of tropical storm Iselle, which also caused voting headaches in Puna. 178 more words

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Lava flow moving about 900 feet per day

The lava flow from Kilauea volcano appears to be heading towards Pahoa town, where there are businesses and homes.

But no one has been evacuated yet as of Thursday night. 338 more words

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Lava Flow Moves Closer to Homes

Aloha!

The June 27 lava flow from Kilauea on the Big Island of Hawaii is named for the date it began erupting from a new vent. 184 more words

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The Source to Pahoa

A lava tube skylight at the base of Pu’u O’o thats feeding the flow to Pahoa. The mana I feel in this image is unbelievable. I am very sensitive to our culture and also to those in harms way. 10 more words