Kilauea Lava Flow Rolls Into Sea at Kapoho Bay

Posted June 07, 2018

Overnight Monday and Tuesday, A wide and fast lava flow from Kilauea volcano's fissure No. 8 wiped out hundreds of homes in Kapoho and obliterated Kapoho Bay, replacing it with a almost mile-long delta of lava rock.

Snyder said it was hard to count homes in that area from the air because of steam produced from lava entering the ocean.

Thousands of people have been displaced, and the slow-moving nature of the event has many living in a state of agonizing uncertainty.

"Right now, I'm hoping that it burns down", she said.

Officials haven't yet released the total number of homes destroyed in Kapoho.

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No injuries were reported as most residents heeded advice to leave.

Lava had filled the shallow Kapoho Bay before 2 p.m. Tuesday. These were vacation homes and rentals, as well as primary residences.

Civil defense officials said Kapoho Bay itself had been filled in with lava that extended seven-tenths of a mile from what had been the shoreline.

"Harry had a premonition this was going to happen", Snyder said.

Before and after photos reveal a vast amount of land near Kapoho Bay now covered in lava.

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"The most recent aerial surveillance appears to show that Mayor Kim's house in lower Puna was destroyed sometime today by the lava flow", said David Mace, spokesman for the Federal Emergency Management. She said it would be some time before precise losses were confirmed.

Jessica Ferracane, a spokeswoman for Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, insisted earthquakes can not be predicted, adding to the stream of fears on the island.

USGS' Hawaiian Volcano Observatory said Monday that parts of the channelized flow from a fissure were starting to break out and move north.

Around 4:30 a.m. Tuesday, the volcano began spewing ash almost a mile into the air, sparking a 5.5 magnitude quake, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

"Unlike lava, which you can see coming and avoid, we cannot see or predict earthquakes, nor can we foresee a summit explosion, but both threats continue", park Superintendent Cindy Orlando said.

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