Accessed on 30 June 2018, 2011 UTC, Post #17120.
Email from the Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency.
Here’s the current eruption and lava flow information from the Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency.
This is a Civil Defense Message for Saturday, June 30 at 6:00 in the morning.
Hawaiian Volcano Observatory reports that Fissure 8 continues to be very active and is feeding a lava channel to the ocean at Kapoho. The flow is producing a broad ocean entry along the shoreline, and is also oozing fresh lava at Kapoho Beach Lots. Fissure 22 is also active and producing a short flow. Gas emissions from the fissure eruption and laze at the ocean entry continue to be very high. The National Weather Service reports trade winds will push vog to the south and west side of the island.
Due to volcanic activity, the following polices are in effect:
- Due to active lava near houses in Kapoho, access by residents is not allowed.
- Due to frequent earthquakes, residents in the Volcano area are advised to monitor utility connections of gas, electricity, and water after earthquakes.
Disaster assistance is available island-wide to individuals and businesses in Hawaii County that have been affected by the Kilauea eruption.
- You can register for disaster assistance with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (also referred to as FEMA) in-person by visiting the Disaster Recovery Center, by calling 1-800-621-3362 (FEMA), or online at disasterassistance.gov
- The Disaster Recovery Center is open daily from 8am to 8pm, and is located at the Keaau High School Gym. If you need a ride, buses will resume running between the two shelters and the Disaster Recovery Center between 7:30 am and 9:00 pm.
- For more resources to help you recover from this disaster, please visit the county website. (http://www.hawaiicounty.gov/lava-related/)
We are on watch 24-hours a day for your safety.
This is your Hawai‘i County Civil Defense Agency.”
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Until next time,