Evacuated residents of Leilani Estates were allowed back on Sunday May 6 to collect vital documents, pets and possessions. New fissures continued to open up and spatter, and officials warned about toxic sulfur dioxide gas (SO2) coming from fissures as well.
Day: May 6, 2018
May 5: Pu’u O’o, Before and After
Screencaps from Mick Kalber flyover videos April 28 and May 4(?) as noted by @ReelNewsHawaii on Twitter.
To give you an idea of what's going on. This is Pu'u O'o crater April 28th full to the brim with lava & then yesterday completely drained like someone unplugged the tub. All the lava has flowed into lava tubes to were it's reaching the surface miles away in Leilani. pic.twitter.com/BzJwNC0Fvh
— Reel News Hawaii (@reelnewshawaii) May 6, 2018