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24 May 2018, 09:26 | Franklin Nunez
Hawaii Gov. David Ige [L) examining a map of volcano-damaged areas
That information includes detecting active fissures and fires, the height and composition of volcanic plumes, ground "deformation" caused by the movement of magma and images of ash and sulfur dioxide plumes, NASA said in their release.
"Right now, they're in a safe state", Mike Kaleikini, senior director of Hawaii affairs for the Puna Geothermal Venture plant, said of the wells. A metal cap has been added on top as an additional measure.
It's the first serious injury reported since Kilauea began erupting on May 3.
The plant harnesses heat and steam from the earth's core to spin turbines to generate power, providing for about 25 percent of the island's daily energy demand.
Underscoring the eruption's dangers, a Hawaii man was hit by a flying piece of lava over the weekend and said the molten rock almost sheared his leg in half.
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Earlier this month officials removed a flammable gas called pentane from the plant to reduce the chance of explosions. It hit him above the ankle.
"It was super painful and I don't know if I was in shock", Clinton said. "I didn't care if they cut my leg off or not", Clinton said, according to KHON.
The latest back-to-back upheavals of ash from the main summit crater of Kilauea - one before dawn and another several hours later - came on the 21st day of what geologists rank as one of the biggest eruption cycles in a century from one of the world's most active volcanoes.
Kilauea's latest eruptive episode has upended life on parts of the Big Island since April 30, when the floor of the Puu Oo Crater, on the volcano's East Rift Zone, collapsed and sent its pool of lava back underground.
About 3 miles (4.8 km) to the east of the plant on the coast, noxious clouds of acid fumes, steam and fine glass-like particles billowed into the sky as lava poured into the ocean from two flows. Inland, where molten rock is burning through jungle, methane explosions are hurling boulders while toxic gas is reaching some of the highest levels seen in recent times.
Nighttime photos released Wednesday by the U.S. Geological Survey show the flames spouting from road cracks in the Leilani Estates neighborhood where the volcano has been sending up lava through vents in the ground.
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