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"lonnie estates" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie estates" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"The current situation and likely will change as the winds change for the big island now we do have those winds very breezy across the state not so much for the hilo and kona say so again we're going to see that same situation of the wagner and the ash kinda going down towards paula and then back up towards corner as the day progresses very good air quality because of the breezy winds from maui all the way to coy and they will remain breezy tomorrow a slight shift is expected probably on thursday so there's that vault plume coming from lonnie estates and also kilowatt going down towards south point and then slowly up towards corner and some of it actually makes it up towards white kamal there's also the problem for lays and that's where the lobbies hitting the ocean we've got that mix of a hydrogen chloride and then it's also got a glass in it so that plume is blowing inland but it is dissipating quickly stephanie irritant and like i said that volk loom we'll be down to the south so very good air quality from maui all the way to coa now the ones looking pretty nice upstream moisture minimal so we are going to get fewer showers over the next twenty four zero what we've had the last twenty four hours granted they're still going to be a few wet spots mainly for those windward and mauka areas mainly in the overnight and early morning hours but we are expecting light to moderate rainfall totals when all said and done in fact take a look at the projections for the next thirty six hours about three tenths of an inch or less with most of the rain expected a windward side of kuwait so for the next day county by county hopefully we'll have a better than that guy we're going to get more sunshine tomorrow fewer showers than what we had today still a few women in mauka showers especially for kobe and for maui.

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Facebook No Longer The Dominant Social Media Platform For Teens

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02:20 min | 2 years ago

Facebook No Longer The Dominant Social Media Platform For Teens

"You weren't there if you didn't know about the party then the likelihood is you wouldn't be found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt of the miners could also face charges that are punishable by absolutely year in prison and up to two thousand dollars in fines in boston bernice corpuz wbz newsradio ten thirty facebook has no longer the most popular social media side among teens age thirteen to seventeen the pure research center revealed that only fifty one percent of us teens use facebook that's a twenty percent drop since two thousand fifteen youtube instagram snapchat are now the most popular online platforms among teenagers the shift is a glaring example of how the technology landscape for young people has evolved since a centers last survey which was done between two thousand fourteen in two thousand fifteen on hawaii residents of the lonnie estates neighborhood hit hard by lava from the killer way of volcano have been ordered to evacuate cbs daniel nottingham reports homeowners have been warned they face rest if they fail to comply if the lava flows cross highway one thirty seven there would be no way out we want those first responders and national guardsmen are marines and helicopters putting their lives arrests to rescue them residents are facing uncertainty whether they stay or go kapanen how many days or weeks or months or takes generally knows oil finally if and when we get back to the house it's not clear how many people still remain in evacuation zone sadly seventy seven homes have been destroyed so far gogol is blaming vandalism at wikipedia for search results at incorrectly said the ideology of the california republican party included nazism where kapiti has changed log shows at anonymous user added the term nazism to the entry for the california gop the change was reversed by another editor a second similar change yesterday afternoon was reverted a minute later the california gop has formally renounced senate candidate patrick little who has praised adolf hitler and had advocated for limiting the representation of jews in the government house leaders tweeted the google result was a disgrace and that wikipedia should take more ownership on what is published on its sites wbz news time eight twenty two and with.

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Europe, Mexico, and Canada retaliate against Trump's steel and aluminium tariffs

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02:18 min | 2 years ago

Europe, Mexico, and Canada retaliate against Trump's steel and aluminium tariffs

"One oh six nine am seven forty k cbs friday june i twenty eighteen europe mexico and canada retaliate against the us exporters after president trump slaps tariffs on steel and aluminum it's four thirty one cbs news update as countries begin to respond with tariffs of their own commerce secretary wilbur ross insists new levies on steel on aluminum are not part of a trade war cbs eddo kief the white house says the tariffs are national security issue and that a reliance on imported metals is a security risk french president emmanuel macron called the decision illegal while the president of the european commission called the move protectionism pure and simple the e u is valley vowing to retaliate neighbors on this side of the atlantic already have cbs alison keys candida is slapping at twenty five percent the tariff on american imports including inflatable boats yogurt and orange juice while mexico will tax us products including pork bellies apples and steal the us chamber of commerce warns all this could cost the nation more than two million dollars other countries including japan are already paying the tariffs cbs news update i'm deborah rodriguez cbs news time four thirty two new evacuation orders were made yesterday on the big island of hawaii cbs news correspondent carter evans reports are that it appears to be the most urgent situation since the volcano began erupting again four weeks ago the massive amount of lava in lonnie estates is spreading fast in some places the length of a football field every ten minutes and at temperatures have two thousand degrees geologists say that's as hot as it gets the scientific aspect of this is fascinating but it's tempered hugely by the fact that this is a neighborhood people have lost homes seventyfive have been destroyed so far inside the evacuation zone tensions are high sixty one year old john hubbard is accused of opening fire assaulting a neighbor who came back to check on his property stresses i he's high this strange people in their subdivision to protect stuff it's.

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Hawaii warns residents in path of lava: Get out now or face arrest

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02:24 min | 2 years ago

Hawaii warns residents in path of lava: Get out now or face arrest

"Of the premises then you can be charged under this ad attorney michael coin is the dean of the massachusetts school of law if you weren't there if you didn't know about the party then the likelihood is you wouldn't be found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt of the chart my nurse could also face charges that are punishable by up to a year in prison and up to two thousand dollars in fines in boston bernice corpuz wbz newsradio ten thirty facebook has no longer the most popular social media site among teens aged thirteen to seventeen the pew research center revealed that only fifty one percent of us teens use facebook that's twenty percent drop since two thousand fifteen youtube instagram snapchat are now the most popular online platforms among teenagers the shift is a glaring example of how the technology landscape for young people has evolved since the centers last survey which was done between twenty fourteen and twenty fifteen on hawaii residents of the lay lonnie estates a neighborhood hit hard by lava from the killilea volcano have been ordered to evacuate cbs's daniel nottingham reports homeowners have been warned they face arrest if they fail to comply if the lava flows cross highway one thirty seven there would be no way out we want those people national guardsmen marines and helicopters putting their lives at risk to rescue them residents are facing uncertainty whether they stay or go to panama in how many days or weeks or months of takes generally oil finally when we get back to the house it's not clear how many people still remain in evacuation zones at least seventy seven homes have been destroyed so far gogol is blaming vandalism at wikipedia for search results at incorrectly said the ideology of the california republican party included nazi ism where kapiti has changed log shows an anonymous user added the term nazism to the entry for the california gop the change was reversed by nother editor a second similar change yesterday afternoon was reverted a minute later the california gop has formally renounced senate candidate patrick little who has praised adolf hitler and advocated for limiting the representation of jews and the government house leaders tweeted the google result was a disgrace and that wikipedia should take more ownership on what is published on their sites.

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2 more months to restore power in Puerto Rico, official says

The Sean Hannity Show

01:58 min | 2 years ago

2 more months to restore power in Puerto Rico, official says

"Estate mike pompeo's is a senior north korean official will travel to washington tomorrow to deliver a letter to president trump from kim jong hoon correspondent on on poor explains the key to any agreement achieved through talks between the us and north korea the biggest issue as mike pompeo said is convincing in his words north korea that denuclearization must must take place and that they will be safer and their regime will be more secure not less secure without nuclear weapons president trump's moved to impose tariffs and aluminum and steel imports from canada mexico and european union nations is not sitting well with house speaker paul ryan ryan says that the administration's decision targets america's allies when we should be working with them to address the unfair trading practices of countries like china some people in puerto rico are still living in the dark months after hurricane maria and as a new hurricane season begins the hurry king season begins friday and that has a lot of people on puerto rico concerned over eleven thousand customers still do not have power restored more than eight months after hurricane maria destroyed the island's power grid puerto rico's power thirty now says it could take another two months to fully restore electricity to everyone right now the authorities working to strengthen the grid head of any new storms i'm steve kastenbaum scientists warned the lava bubbling to the surface and hawaii's big island is the hottest it's then since kill away erupted for weeks ago residents in a mandatory evacuation zone in lonnie estates subdivision on the big island are being warned that they will be subject to arrest if they don't leave the hawaii county mayor also said they'll be liable for any cost connected to the rescue fewer americans signing contracts to buy homes in april reflecting these scarcity of properties being listed for sale in the us i'm barbara kusak traffic's sponsored by main seaney sleepworld.

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"lonnie estates" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie estates" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Of the lonnie estates in hawaii to leave as lava from killer way of moves closer to homes are spotted stephanie elam is their fresh lava lays a path down mount of volcanic rock gamble then maybe maybe didn't win every day steve gebbie has until alania states to check on the house he built by hand only one way to his place remains it's now scarred with jagged cracks a byproduct of kilowatt eruption steve says some folks in the neighborhood patched the road enough to make it passable at least for now the losing lava has destroyed a total of eighty two structures on hawaii's big island at another thirtyseven structures have become inaccessible in the most recent days the controversy over the assassination of senator robert f kennedy is back in the news because of the lawmakers sons comments robert kennedy jr says he is not convinced that sirhan sirhan fired the shot that killed his father and he wants a new investigation the washington post reports said kennedy made the shocking disclosure interview after reviewing an autopsy and police reports kennedy also spoke with witnesses and spent three hours visiting the acted assassin in the california prison where he serving a life sentence the assassin struck fifty years ago this june as robert kennedy then running for president was leaving a campaign event at the embassador hotel in los angeles wins news time nine fifty six and now bloomberg money watch on ten ten wins here's a lisa perotti uk sports company is entering the us boxing ring it says to revive the sport in north america there's no middle ground there super expensive fights that that people wanna watch but they're but they cost a lot on pay per view and then there's a lot of other fights that are you can watch for free but aren't as interesting ebben novi williams bloomberg sports business reporter says perform group.

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Hawaii volcano overwhelms neighborhood with river of molten misery

24 hour News

02:45 min | 2 years ago

Hawaii volcano overwhelms neighborhood with river of molten misery

"This is laid lonnie estates overwhelmed by a river of molten misery lava has burned and buried more than a dozen homes here seventeen hundred people fled some returned to broken homes and hearts imagine this giant crack running under your house after fisher's push out new lava every day most of it flows into the pacific ocean away from people but some lava menace this geothermal plant workers stabilized eleven wells to prevent the release of uncontrolled toxic gases officials now call the plant essentially safe but many residents remained skeptical to leave told things were taking care of and then find out and one of the world's most active volcanoes shows no sign of quieting down usgs geologist steve bradley based on the geologic history the volcano the current fisher activity could actually become a little bit larger this is the northeast edge of leilani estates behind me you see one of four active fishers here pumping nonstop and creating an enormous leg of lava in the middle the heat on my back is intense jeff one more thing that geothermal plant that has been such a concern here is a half mile in that direction while it looks like a scene out of a movie it is not mark strassmann again for us from hawaii thank you we move now to a mystery developing in china a us government employees may have been the victim of a sonic attack much like the attacks on american diplomats in cuba it comes at a very sensitive time as the chinese bulk up their military in the south china sea david martin has details on this unamerican working at the us consulate in guangzhou had to be sent home in april after feeling abnormal sensations of sound and pressure over a period of months last week medical tests concluded his symptoms match those of mild traumatic brain injury secretary of state mike pompeo called it a serious medical incident and explained why the medical indications are very similar and entirely consistent with the medical indications that have taken place to americans working in cuba last year more than twenty americans at the us embassy in havana suffered ailments including hearing loss and nausea after being exposed to this high pitched show save one theory is that it was a surveillance device directed by local security forces against americans suspected of working for us intelligence this.

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"lonnie estates" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie estates" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This is les lonnie estates overwhelmed by a river of molten misery lava has burned and buried more than a dozen homes here seventeen hundred people fled some returned to broken homes and hearts imagine this giant crack all running under your house after fisher's push new lava every day most of it flows into the pacific ocean away from people but some lava menace this geothermal plant workers stabilized eleven wells to prevent the release of uncontrolled toxic gases officials now call the plant essentially safe but many residents remained skeptical we were told things we're taking care of and then we find out no they were not taking care of and one of the world's most active volcanoes shows no sign of quieting down usgs geologist steve bradley based on the geologic history the volcano the current fisher activity could actually become a little bit larger this is the northeast edge of leilani estates behind me you see one of four active fishers here pumping nonstop and creating an enormous lake of lava in the middle heat on my back is intense jeff one more thing that geothermal plant that has been such concern here is a half mile in that direction well it looks like a scene out of a movie it is nuts mark crossman again for us from hawaii thank you we move now to a mystery developing in china a us government employees may have been the victim of a sonic attack much like the attacks on american diplomats in cuba it comes at a very sensitive time is the chinese bulk up their military in the south china sea david martin has details on this unamerican working at the us consulate in guangzhou head to be sent home in april after feeling abnormal sensations of sound and pressure over a period of months last week medical tests concluded his symptoms match those of mild traumatic brain injury secretary of state mike pompeo called it a serious medical incident and explain why the medical indications are very similar and entirely consistent with the medical indications that have taken place two americans working in cuba last year more than twenty americans at the us embassy in havana suffered ailments including hearing loss and nausea after being exposed to this high pitch sound one theory is that it was a surveillance device directed by local security forces against americans suspected of working for us intelligence this.

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"lonnie estates" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie estates" Discussed on KCBS All News

"This is les lonnie estates overwhelmed by a river of molten misery lava has burned and buried more than a dozen homes here seventeen hundred people fled some returned to broken homes and hearts imagine this giant crack all running under your house after fisher's push out new lava every day most of it flows into the pacific ocean away from people but some lava menace this geothermal plant worker stabilized eleven wells to prevent the release of uncontrolled toxic gases officials now call the plant essentially safe but many residents remained skeptical we were told things were taking care of and then we find out no they were not taking care of and one of the world's most active volcanoes shows no sign of quieting down usgs geologist steve bradley based on the geologic history the volcano the current fisher activity could actually become a little bit larger this is the northeast edge of leilani estates behind me you see one of four active fishers here pumping nonstop and creating an enormous leg of lava in the middle the heat on my back is intense jeff one more thing that geothermal plant that has been such a concern here is a half mile in that direction well it looks like a scene out of a movie it is not mark strassmann again for us from hawaii thank you and again a reminder you can see the cbs evening news in its entirety here in the bay area beginning at five thirty on kpi x five kcbs news time three thirty.

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"lonnie estates" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie estates" Discussed on KGO 810

"Hopefully this is a problem we'll never have in california but in hawaii home insurance is not covering lava flow for most homeowners most insurance companies don't offer any lava coverage in the lonnie estates neighborhood that's where you're mainly saying the issues because us geological survey deemed it as having a high risk for lava so insurance companies are no dummy they just said yeah now we don't offer a lot there now some homeowners are hopeful it'll be covered as part of fire insurance because their homes were burned by flames caused by the lava but not directly hit by lava now that is going to be a lot of fights in court but insurance companies say that will only affect homeowners who have special fire coverage that also covers lava now i haven't looked over insurance policies in hawaii but here that would be covered because when you have an earthquake at homes are shoygu everybody's hoping they'll have a fire because of a fire knocks it out then it doesn't matter that an earthquake was involved so shows you if you go buy a second home somewhere you have to really get hap are know what the concerns are and what insurance companies are doing about it and how you're going to deal with it hey there's a new audit from the epa it says that the environmental protection agency could have done more catch volkswagen scheme to get around emissions tests and commends regulator for taking steps since that whole debacle to ensure it doesn't happen again volkswagen you may remember paid a four billion dollar fine just recently that was after his caught rigging emissions number of epa really should have caught this they say they will the next time and as a matter of fact i'm working with the california state airborne to review data you know we're like the best in the world most everything starts in california we know that and so that part's happening here as well it's like the epa is coming to us to find out how to regulate air standards what does.

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"lonnie estates" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie estates" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"In saudi the way we also spoke with residents about the deafening booming sound that they have listened to consistently for at least the last week since fisher seventeen i opened up into their front yard off of polycom makino loop road last week saturday that has been certainly the longest lasting fisher also one of the most dynamic they have said that the sound has jolted them out of bed and just absolutely vibrated through their body and their sleep that's how powerful these gas explosions have been reporting live from just outside lenny puna gardens subdivision me like lincoln hawaii news now incredible scene thank you so much like a meantime it appears in even more love is on the move and is now erupting in lonnie estates subdivision that's according to scientists who are reviewing new information mahela knee richardson joins us now with you well shawn and steph usgs scientists did a chemical analysis of alava from fisher twentyone and all sign show that this phase of the eruption in states will be much more active scientists got a sample from fisher number twenty one and a preliminary analysis shows that the magma is now coming from kilo a summit crater what we're seeing with the magma coming down from pu is fresher hotter magma initially the lava coming out of the fishers was more sticky and pasty this current lava has the potential to move faster and farther with fresher hotter magma there's a potential that can move with greater ease and therefore cover more area said likely that the summit magma is now reached this area of eruption in the lower east tripped on and it the lava flows and potential sputtering will become more voluminous scientists can't predict the path of this fresher hotter lava meanwhile roadway cracks and leilani estates are becoming more common and wider but up near the entrance to volcanoes national park the cracks are only in the asphalt service so highway eleven remains open we just want to assure everybody that those cracks are not like what is occurring in the lower east rift zone and leilani estates they're not going to emit steam or lava usgs scientists are.

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"lonnie estates" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie estates" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Magma that's being fresh magma that's being provided to the area from further up the rift and so this could also correspond with the increased vigor of the eruption we here in northern california are certainly more accustomed to try to figure out what's going to happen next with earthquakes is the science with volcanology a little bit more either advanced or a specific in terms of being able to figure out what's going to happen next with the volcano no probably not unfortunately there we were able to recognize patterns you know both quakes and volcanic eruptions able to to look at the conditions of the volcano at at a given time and as we measure these various sorts of signals coming from the volcano we can make predictions about what is more or less likely but often times until an event happens it's it's not possible for us to predict for instance where's the next fissure going to open up or you know when are we going to start seeing explosions at the summit all we can say is that the conditions are ripe for these things to happen and the end to warn people to prepare for them to perhaps happen so you see this becoming more intense and more dramatic instead of less so i would say in the short term for the lava that is a running down in the late lonnie estates in neighboring area rubin the chair of the department of okinawa at the university of hawaii.

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"lonnie estates" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie estates" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Threat geologists warned yesterday that the volcano could soon experienced explosive eruptions from it summit and launch large rocks and ash into the air the threat of the explosive activity will rise as lava drains from the summit of kilowatt one of the most active volcanoes in the world and explosions will be possible in the coming weeks if lava dips below the ground water table this according to the us geological survey of lava drops below the groundwater level it could heat up the water and creates steam the steam could then build in pressure as rocks fall and form a damn within the volcanoes walls and 'cause steam driven explosions with very little warning this according to the hawaiian volcano observatory in the honolulu star advertiser the volcano could then eject what they call ballistic rocks of lava up to several feet in diameter it may also send pebbles shooting into the air several miles away according to the hvo that is the hawaiian volcano observatory debris expel during such explosions could impact the area surrounded the kilowatt summit there could also be a potential for ash and software dioxide emissions ashton 'cause i am breathing irritations reduced visibility and interfere with electrical services this according to the los angeles times so far this has destroyed thirty six structures since it began spewing lava from the fissures that opened on the big island about twenty five miles east of the summit crater a fifteenth vent open yesterday spreading lava through the lonnie estates and neighborhood lanta puna gardens according to hawaiian officials separately governor of hawaii david ing said the puna geothermal venture energy plant near the lava outbreak was accelerating its removal of about fifty thousand gallons of stored pentane which is a flammable gas it would be very very hazardous if a volcanic vent were to open under the facility where the fuel is stored this according to the governor he then expected it would be removed sometime today the explosive conditions do resemble kilowatt as nineteen twenty four summit eruption the killed one person ends p rocks and ash and dust in the air for seventeen days however we have to realize that the population and the density of that population in hawaii from the.

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"lonnie estates" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie estates" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To leave even as lava loses closer and closer to their homes it's becoming an all too familiar sight lava spewing hundreds of feet into the air and just yards away from homes in the lonnie estates neighborhood now ravaged by the killer way of volcano for six days now residents have fled laba hotter than a thousand degrees incinerating everything in its path at least thirty five structures have been destroyed so you to save the lava lake feeding the eruptions has dropped significantly and activity is decreased at all twelve fissures or cracks along a two and a half mile span the lava is only a few hundred yards from michael clemens home he retired to this community five years ago and he's not leaving this house i'll stay until the last minute many people in this community live in lava zone one that's the highest risk area there is no lava insurance and homeowners insurance is extremely expensive so many people are going to be left to rebuild on their own carter evans in hawaii well the house has voted to kill guidance from a consumer protection agency that was aimed at ensuring lenders don't charge minority borrowers more on their car loans republicans have made the rollback of government regulations a high priority the gop says regulatory rollbacks are rescuing businesses from birth some government rules congress voted to kill fifteen federal rules last year most of them were finalized during president obama's final months in office utah becomes the first state to allow free range parenting what is that well let's find out from cbs news correspondent jamie yuccas when melissa butler sends nine year old guy and seven year old sammy off to school they walk alone ultimately i decided my parenting decisions are not going to be based.

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"lonnie estates" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie estates" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Right now we have as you mentioned seventeen hundred residents displaced from the community with an active of volcano eruption happening in that particular neighborhood so these are folks who's livelihood have actually been up rooted by these but this volcanic eruption and we're looking at twelve fissures in the ground so this sort of series or line if anyone images it's a river of lava going through a leyla neha states and it's actively flowing so it is the sites quite a sight so i have a clip here from lonnie estates yesterday a resident was telling cnn that he'd fill a love of fountain shooting over one hundred feet into the air moreau then down the road all we heard was what is that all sudden you smoked and smelt the sofer self doubt we knew something was happening within minutes from smoke and now she all shalva coming across the street and it's it's pumping right now so this your is opening up and this is this is our next year option so many homes were consumed have already been consumed by lava tell us how far has the lava flow advanced go be fishers themselves from the latest fisher fisher number eight which is the one that i believe was in that video the lava was founding as much as two hundred and thirty feet into the air but flowing out from it a not too far anywhere from ten yards to maybe twenty there was one part of the flow in off low which is sort of a looks like a cringely outpour.

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"lonnie estates" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie estates" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Feeling lava into a community already devastated by the wrath of the kilowatt volcano kill away now violently erupting for six straight days sending stress throughout the paradise island out here behind me oh separating crack in the earth that in filling out the faith the neighborhood of lonnie estates will never be the same the nearly two thousand people evacuated fearing the worst and saying goodbye and just hoping for the best but not knowing those who chose to say witnessing the destruction firsthand this year destruction of this through your neighborhood i mean it'll never bowl saying mistake for my own is right around the lava now streaming through a line of fissures over two miles long in places shooting up to three hundred and thirty feet in the air that's higher than a statue of liberty's torch you can see the lava has destroyed that home right there and it's also completely taken over this road in some places it is stacked some twenty feet high and you can feel the heat radiating from it the lava already reaching temperatures of nearly two thousand degrees so hot it can melt goal and while the crisis continues the community is coming together in the evacuation centers everything has gone there's just no way replacing everything all at once and to get back a little bit we've had it we can keep living so they have about two hundred people in shelters right now and local leaders are trying to get help from fema while also trying to create access to communities that have been cut off because of new cracks in major highways abc's kenneth whitworth reporting from hawaii's big island no damage or injuries being reported after a four point four magnitude quake rattled northern california oregon border yesterday the us gs says that quake was offshore along the mendocino fault it was felt from eugene oregon to san francisco it is eight forty five sports time with mike reiss solving the big issues of the day wave speaking of the biggest yes now it is tom brady wearing.

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"lonnie estates" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie estates" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Side it abc's qena whitworth from the big island in hawaii tonight low moving yet unstoppable the volcano disaster playing out on hawaii's big island claiming streets homes and cars it's heartbreaking and it doesn't look like it's gonna stop anytime soon the two thousand degree lava pushing through everything in its path dozens of homes in the lonnie estates neighborhood destroyed the national guard taking us in the love of moves down the street and then stops creating this massive hazard it is on fire and this is a power line laying over this love afloat you can feel the heat the lava bursting and flowing from at least ten cracks in the earth sending plumes of toxic sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere when you walk out here behind me one of those separate crack in the earth that billing outfall over the faith against the apocalyptic background some of the nearly two thousand residents forced to flee that's all last night we went to bed with the good news this morning spanish out of this weekend they were allowed a moment back home to gather belongings and pets just are you can do is pray and hope sherry macarthur forced to leave her farm what's going to happen that's going to happen with you know if we lose our farm we don't know where we're going to go luger incumbency lose your home and same time now kill away is relatively flat it's called a shield volcano that lowerprofile allows lava to come out quicker covering a larger area more quickly than a taller cone volcano.

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"lonnie estates" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie estates" Discussed on WJR 760

"Well mother nature is causing major problems on the big island of hawaii a major volcano the killer way of all kaneohe is destroying homes causing lots of heartache for many in hawaii dozens of homes have been destroyed and couple of thousand residents have been forced to evacuate more are on the way as lava and ash continued to spew from the world's most active volcano here's correspondent john laurence in hawaii lava rolledover hawaiian neighborhoods like a slow rolling ocean wave it was biotic really ours splattering about at first about four feet tall the highest splatter i saw personally it was about sixty feet tall toxic gases or permeating the air and officials say the volcano isn't showing signs of slowing down there's nothing to say that it can't develop some additional pressure and pushed beyond leilani estates to the east tip of the island about seventeen hundred people from lonnie estates were forced to evacuate there were allowed to return briefly on sunday to grab belongings and for some it might be the last time they see their neighborhoods at least twentysix homes are destroyed so far my neighbor larry is his house is burning down so it's it's real it's hitting but it's okay the american red cross has opened emergency shelters as residents wait to find out their fate all standing on the perimeter wondering and hearing conflicting stories and it just makes people more upset and more anxious and you know we don't need that level of zaire to be any higher five years away from retirement with the house paid for and retirement is nowhere near in the future now if this is what's playing out i'm john lawrence reporting mother nature causing lingering problems around here we've still got scouted a scattered power outages from last week's windstorm the latest numbers from dt twenty four thousand homes and businesses without electricity cms energy is still working.

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"lonnie estates" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie estates" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Npr's danielle czeslaw reports the uk and its allies are urging president trump to continue the 2015 fifteen agreement the deal lifted sanctions on iran in exchange for tehran curbing its nuclear weapons program french president emmanuel macron and german chancellor angela merkel have also visited washington to advocate for the deal trump has called the agreement horrible he wants to address iran's ballistic missile testing and to extend limits on iran's nuclear development that are set to expire in several years the agreement was a signature a former president barack obama's foreign policy trump has said he will decide by the end of this week whether to withdraw from the agreement daniele has low npr news london and afghanistan up on that went off inside a mosque that was being used for voter registration has left at least fourteen people dead dozens of others wounded the country will hold elections in october the first since two thousand fourteen no one has claimed responsibility on hawaii's big island lava continues to spurt out from vents on the ground and it's moving slowly to the lonnie estates subdivision so far at least nine homes have been destroyed in around seventeen hundred people evacuated but novel chose to leave sam knocks is one person who stayed behind and he says watching the volcano erupt was a magnificent sight roaring sky high incredible was fuming roaring it was thundering iraq's were flying out of the ground and it only took public from not six o'clock in the morning to nine o'clock in the morning to feel that whole a up with lava three or four hours only scientists say the volcano is likely to release more lava through additional events but it's not clear where hundreds of small earthquakes rattled the area this weekend and officials say the sulfur gas pouring out of those vans poses a health hazard some first responders have already become sick from exposure to the toxic gas hillary has been continually erupting since nineteen eightythree and it's one of the world's most active volcanoes gas prices.

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Hawaii braces for long upheaval from volcano as new vents open

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:55 min | 2 years ago

Hawaii braces for long upheaval from volcano as new vents open

"The second time in three months the same martha's vineyard ferry breaks down the ferry lost power as it left woods hole and route to vineyard haven last night with two hundred people aboard the steamship authority says it had to drop anchor because of a gas issue with the ferries generator it's the same ferry that had a similar problem in march as it made its way to woods hole from vineyard wbz news time three ten a man is dead after crashing his motorcycle on ninety three north in boston forty nine year old jose lopes of brockton lost control of the bike around two am state police are investigating the killer way of volcano continues to wreak havoc on the big island of hawaii to more events have crack the heated surface forcing out hundreds of residents reporter ben thomas says the number of vents now stands at twelve that's lava sizzling in the streets inside the evacuation zone on hawaii's big island we're more than seventeen hundred people have fled their homes the hawaii volcano observatory suspense each several hundred yards long have opened in the late lonnie estates neighborhood since thursday sam not is among those who stayed behind fuming roaring it was thundering rox refer flying out of the ground he spoke to k joanne acid cheryl griffith who says the eruptions caught many by surprise people's dash james they're not going to recruit scientists say kill away is likely to release more lava through more vents but they can't predict where i'm ben thomas wbz news time three eleven now wbz's doug cope in the ace hticket dot com sports studio and garo we are watching a couple of well pretty important games and sports this afternoon bruins enlightening of course game for the playoffs they are taking place in tampa bay that game just getting underway down in tampa bruins down three games to one they have.

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"lonnie estates" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie estates" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Live well thirty five the eight vents that said lava from callaway of all keno shooting into the lonnie estates area of hawaii's big island are quieting down now why county spokeswoman kanana atom tells us that as of last night the vents were releasing just steam and gas the fissures opened over the past two days as kellaway began erupting destroying five home so far more from correspondent kim hutcherson hawaii's biggest island shaken and stirred dinner show up until we have to go and everything changed inincident days after the most active volcano on the island erupted the area is still under threat fountains of lava in dangerous gas chased hundreds of people out of their homes new video shows hot lava spluttering dangerously close to neighborhoods heard was within minutes we see all this lava coming across the street people are still facing the threat of more quakes spewing lava and toxic gas i'm kim hutcherson wins news time eight thirty six scary moments around four yesterday afternoon with a car turning right off main street in huntington hit the joseph a bank store suffered police say the woman driving the car suffered minor injuries and was taken to huntington hospital no one else was hurt wins news time eight thirty six commentary on ten ten wins the comments expressed are solely those of sister camille dairy enzo of the sisters of mercy this.

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"lonnie estates" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie estates" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"Jake today we also learned about the departure of the ep as deputy associate administrator for public affairs this was the man who oversaw pruitt initiatives such as censoring climate change science he is the fourth staffer to leave unexpectedly this week alone meanwhile pruitt will be back on capitol hill were learning on may sixteenth potentially facing more questions about recent scandals jake thank you so much molten lava dangerously close to dozens of homes as a hawaii volcano erupts now there are concerns about what else is spewing into the air stay with us in our nationally now thousands of people have been forced to evacuate parts of big island of all quesnoy erupts dangerously close to homes one woman captured images of molten lava spewing from crack on a neighborhood street time lapse video gives another perspective new eruptions at the kilowatt volcano came after reports of nearly five hundred earthquakes joining me now on the phone from hilo hawaii is democratic congresswoman tulsi gabbard who represents parts of hawaii congressman thanks for joining us what we're learning that the hawaii national guard is providing security areas around the volcano what is your message the message of the government there to people near the volcano what did they need to know the first direction happened last night yesterday actually the county in the state quickly mobilized the national guard was activated to help evacuate people out of this area this neighborhood lonnie estates and lonnie puna gardens there's close to eight hundred homes in the subdivision and almost two thousand residents so the focus was on mandatory evacuations to get people out of this area since that first eruption there were two others at least one of which is still active the sulfur dioxide gas in the air emergency alert was just sent out to cellphone here in the area to get again remind people to evacuate the area because it's so for dioxide gas can be so toxic and thick in some areas that can be fatal especially to those who have respiratory illnesses so the national guard is out there trying to help people who have not yet backdated but also secure the area so that other.

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"lonnie estates" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"lonnie estates" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"In lonnie estates and lonnie puna gardens subdivision are required to evacuate also open to evacuation centers the regional community center that's near the new poll regional park resins evacuating should also head to the our community center as well in a again make sure to bring your supply kit with the necessary items and as we mentioned the highway at the intersection rather at highway one thirty two and paul iki road is of course close and that is where lincoln is speaking to officials there so we hope to hear from very shortly they are closing that intersection as the work on evacuation efforts for the subdivisions that's right we're told that actually we have to turn away from that area because of just how rapidly and quickly the lava had been flowing been flowing in that direction so we are not sure if they are widening that evacuation area but she was told as soon as she approached that robot to go in another direction because of the fast moving lava threats earlier we heard from suzy osborne she is an official at a school there in the area and she was said that road crews had asked her to evacuate so she promptly gathered her things unfortunately it to leave some of her pets behind and left lane lonnie subdivision and of course the concern is for the residents in the area many of which were told our kupuna or elderly so we're we're giving numbers at about ten thousand people live in leilani estates i'm not sure how many in puna gardens subdivision but certainly numbering in the thousands in total that's right and officials they were making preparations for something like this to.

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