in News These Photos Capture The Devastation Caused By Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano by Angle News May 8, 2018, 5:50 am Handout / Getty Images A lava flow on Makamae Street in the Leilani Estates subdivision near Pahoa. Mario Tama / Getty Images Lava from volcanic fissures slowly advance and overtake structures and trees in Leilani Estates. Handout / Getty Images Ash spews from the Puu Oo crater on Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano on May 3. Handout / Getty Images A geologist collects samples of spatter for laboratory analysis on May 6 in Leilani Estates. Handout / Getty Images Lava erupts from a new fissure on May 5. Caleb Jones / AP Lava burns across a road in Leilani Estates on May 5. Marco Garcia / AP Mary Ann Sullivan, 59, with her belongings and her cat that she pulled from her home after a mandatory evacuation on May 4. Mario Tama / Getty Images A sign in an emergency shelter at the Pahoa Community Center on May 5. Mario Tama / Getty Images Evacuee Taylor Burns checks her phone in the emergency shelter at the Pahoa Community Center on May 5. Terray Sylvester / Reuters Carolyn McNamara, 70, hugs her neighbor Paul Campbell, 68, at an evacuation center in Pahoa. Marco Garcia / AP Hawaii Fire Department Battalion Chief Darwin Okinaka points to a map where recent volcanic eruptions have occurred. Mario Tama / Getty Images Evacuee Stacy Welch checks an earthquake monitoring app. Marco Garcia / AP Residents of the Leilani Estates wait in a line to enter the subdivision to gather possessions from their homes. Handout / Getty Images A crack opens near Pahoa after the eruption of the Kilauea volcano. Mario Tama / Getty Images Lava in Pahoa on May 6. AP Lava slowly advances to Hookapu Street in Leilani Estates on May 5. Frederic J. Brown / AFP / Getty Images Lava erupts from a fissure. Mario Tama / Getty Images Evacuees Stacy Welch, Taylor Burns, and Maddy Welch gather with their pet goose and dog outside the emergency shelter in Pahoa. Mario Tama / Getty Images People pray during Sunday Mass at Sacred Heart Church on May 6. One parishioner’s home was destroyed by lava flows. Handout / Getty Images A column of reddish-brown ash erupts from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano on May 4. Source link Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related See more Previous article Man, 25, is charged with assault after a video of him brawling with six cops goes viral Next article Trump seemed to PREDICT NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's downfall in 2013 You must log in to post a comment.