It’s a day by day look at how this has unfolded for the shaken residents of Puna, for the state officials scrambling to address this fast-moving crisis, and for those who are front-row witnesses to the power of nature at its most destructive… and yet beautiful.
Kilauea’s chief resident has found another way to amaze and/or injure people reckless enough to get too close to her redecorating:
Now with GIF action! pic.twitter.com/v36JNwUYhb
— Maddie Stone (@themadstone) May 24, 2018
I had a hunch the Lower East Rift Zone webcam would be interesting tonight. I wasn’t disappointed:
Edited to add: Yikes.
I was about to hit post, when I saw erstwhile reporter Mileka Lincoln and her crew posted this. Wow.
#LeilaniEstatesEruption #KilaueaVolcano LATEST: Unbelievable new video of the incredibly dynamic lava fountains and lava lake inside #LeilaniEstates; Fountains erupted from Fissures 5, 6, 13, and 19 & are feeding a flow to the south https://t.co/LAsP8e1C3b @HawaiiNewsNow #HINews pic.twitter.com/O9iBOJ758c
— Mileka Lincoln (@MilekaLincoln) May 24, 2018
(recorded just an hour ago at time of this post.)