School, Park Among Latest Places Lost To Lava From Hawaii Volcano’s Continuing Eruption

The Kilauea volcano in Hawaii continues to cause disruptions in daily life for the people on the Big Island, Newsweek reports. Near-daily collapse events at the volcano’s summit that feel like earthquakes are rocking the island, where approximately 700 homes have been destroyed since the volcano started erupting in early May. Lava is continuously flowing from Fissure 8 in the East Rift Zone, and a river of lava leads from the fissure to the Pacific Ocean. That ocean entry has filled the entire Kapoho Bay with lava.Among the most recent island locations that have been overrun by lava are Ahalanui Beach Park and the Kua O Ka La Public Charter School along Highway 137, the Hawaii Tribune-Herald…