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.
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