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DARYL LEE / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER Hawaii County officials Saturday went door to door on Laau Street in Pahoa, issuing notifications of possible evacuation as the lava flow approached. At top, lava crossed Apaa Street early Saturday then veered into a cemetery.
COURTESY HAWAII ELECTRIC LIGHT CO. Lava surrounded an insulated electrical pole in Pahoa. “It’s still holding up right now, but we really need to monitor the situation and see how the pole continues to stand up after the lava inflates,” said Hawai‘i Electric Light Co. spokeswoman Rhea Lee.
DARYL LEE / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER A man rode his bicycle near a roadblock set up on Apaa Street.
DARYL LEE / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER Members of Pahoa Christian Mission Church began packing up church items Saturday as the lava flow got ever closer.