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Eruption Information Update For Thursday March 12th At 8:00 AM… 325 more words

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HVO Kilauea Status

HVO Kilauea Status.

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Please click on link to access the full report.  This is the current eruption report as of 11 March 2015.  You can access videos, photos, maps, and other media concerning the recent eruption at:  http://www.hvo.wr.usgs.gov/activity/kilaueastatus.php. 83 more words

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Lava flow from Hawaii volcano just 100 yards from nearest residence

Lava flow from the Kilauea volcano that has been creeping toward inhabited areas of Hawaii’s Big Island for months is now just 100 yards (meters) from the nearest residential property, authorities said on Monday. 217 more words

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Emergency route to be built in case lava flow covers major road

The National Park Service announced Monday that it will work with the State and County of Hawaii to construct an emergency route along the former Chain of Craters Road to assist residents of lower Puna, whose access to the rest of the island would be cut off if lava covers Highway 130. 138 more words

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Hawaii Civil Defense closely monitoring Kilauea lava flow

The lava flow in Puna is moving faster. What does that mean for homes and a major highway that could be in its path?

“We thought it would be out of the forested area on to some open ground, but it’s not,” said Darryl Oliveira, Hawaii County Civil Defense Administrator. 133 more words

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No current need for evacuation as lava flow moves northward

Tracking the lava flow on Hawaii Island, officials say it’s now less than 1,500 feet away from Kaohe Homesteads.

The lava flow has moved 300 yards northeast in the past 24 hours, heading towards the northwest edge of Kaohe. 312 more words

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Hawaii Island residents near lava flow warned of smoke, unpredictability


Lava continues to creep closer to homes in Puna on the Big Island.

Hawaii County Civil Defense says the lava has moved about 150 yards since Thursday, so it’s still more than a half-mile away from homes. 448 more words

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