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Lava entering the ocean is also prompting warnings from officials about the threat for hazardous laze. Laze is formed when lava hits the ocean, sending hydrochloric acid and steam with fine glass particles into the air. It can cause lung, eye, and skin irritation.

The DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife closed the Malama Ki Forest Reserve on the Big Island on Saturday after lava began flowing into it. DLNR officials say maps showed one of three separate lava flows heading to the ocean — with one going through the forest reserve.

It’s also possible that the steadily intensifying lava flows could impact the Mackenzie State Recreation Area. It and Lava Tree State Monument were closed in early May after a series of earthquakes caused cracks in Highway 137. Hawaii Electric Light is working on solutions to provide power for Puna residents

“For the past week, engineers from Hawaii Electric Light and Hawaiian Electric have been analyzing possible scenarios and creating plans that can help power critical infrastructure, such as cell phone towers,” said Rhea Lee-Moku, a HELCO spokesperson. “We’ve developed several plans that can be implemented to provide short-term solutions."

"Work on long-term solutions will continue and will be dependent on the impact of the lava and other seismic activity in this area, as well as guidance from Civil Defense authorities," Lee said. Authorities again warn residents about poor air quality in Puna

HELCO officials say that, over the past few days, fissure activity in the area has put crews in situations that could have resulted in severe injury. HELCO has decided that it is no longer safe to send workers to facilitate repairs in those areas.

Mail delivery has been suspended in several areas of the Puna region due to concerns over volcanic activity and air quality. The United States Postal Service is asking residents in the affected areas to pick up their mail at the Pahoa Post Office.

HVO officials said "dense ballistic blocks" measuring about 2 feet across were found in the parking lot near Halemaumau Crater. They said those blocks show the "most energetic" explosions and could signal the onset of a steam-driven explosion.

Lava entering the ocean is also prompting warnings from officials about the threat for hazardous laze. Laze is formed when lava hits the ocean, sending hydrochloric acid and steam with fine glass particles into the air. It can cause lung, eye, and skin irritation.

The DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife closed the Malama Ki Forest Reserve on the Big Island on Saturday after lava began flowing into it. DLNR officials say maps showed one of three separate lava flows heading to the ocean — with one going through the forest reserve.

It’s also possible that the steadily intensifying lava flows could impact the Mackenzie State Recreation Area. It and Lava Tree State Monument were closed in early May after a series of earthquakes caused cracks in Highway 137. Hawaii Electric Light is working on solutions to provide power for Puna residents

“For the past week, engineers from Hawaii Electric Light and Hawaiian Electric have been analyzing possible scenarios and creating plans that can help power critical infrastructure, such as cell phone towers,” said Rhea Lee-Moku, a HELCO spokesperson. “We’ve developed several plans that can be implemented to provide short-term solutions."

"Work on long-term solutions will continue and will be dependent on the impact of the lava and other seismic activity in this area, as well as guidance from Civil Defense authorities," Lee said. Authorities again warn residents about poor air quality in Puna

HELCO officials say that, over the past few days, fissure activity in the area has put crews in situations that could have resulted in severe injury. HELCO has decided that it is no longer safe to send workers to facilitate repairs in those areas.

Mail delivery has been suspended in several areas of the Puna region due to concerns over volcanic activity and air quality. The United States Postal Service is asking residents in the affected areas to pick up their mail at the Pahoa Post Office.

HVO officials said "dense ballistic blocks" measuring about 2 feet across were found in the parking lot near Halemaumau Crater. They said those blocks show the "most energetic" explosions and could signal the onset of a steam-driven explosion.

Lava entering the ocean is also prompting warnings from officials about the threat for hazardous laze. Laze is formed when lava hits the ocean, sending hydrochloric acid and steam with fine glass particles into the air. It can cause lung, eye, and skin irritation.

The DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife closed the Malama Ki Forest Reserve on the Big Island on Saturday after lava began flowing into it. DLNR officials say maps showed one of three separate lava flows heading to the ocean — with one going through the forest reserve.

It’s also possible that the steadily intensifying lava flows could impact the Mackenzie State Recreation Area. It and Lava Tree State Monument were closed in early May after a series of earthquakes caused cracks in Highway 137. Hawaii Electric Light is working on solutions to provide power for Puna residents

“For the past week, engineers from Hawaii Electric Light and Hawaiian Electric have been analyzing possible scenarios and creating plans that can help power critical infrastructure, such as cell phone towers,” said Rhea Lee-Moku, a HELCO spokesperson. “We’ve developed several plans that can be implemented to provide short-term solutions."

"Work on long-term solutions will continue and will be dependent on the impact of the lava and other seismic activity in this area, as well as guidance from Civil Defense authorities," Lee said. Authorities again warn residents about poor air quality in Puna

HELCO officials say that, over the past few days, fissure activity in the area has put crews in situations that could have resulted in severe injury. HELCO has decided that it is no longer safe to send workers to facilitate repairs in those areas.

Mail delivery has been suspended in several areas of the Puna region due to concerns over volcanic activity and air quality. The United States Postal Service is asking residents in the affected areas to pick up their mail at the Pahoa Post Office.

HVO officials said "dense ballistic blocks" measuring about 2 feet across were found in the parking lot near Halemaumau Crater. They said those blocks show the "most energetic" explosions and could signal the onset of a steam-driven explosion.