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As lava flow relents, so does shelter population demand

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CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / crussell@stararadvertiser.com

After evacuating his home on Pohoiki Road and living in the Pahoa Shelter for two months, Jack “Nova” DeShincoe transitioned to a rental apartment in Hilo on July 17. He is pictured at his new apartment on July 21.

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CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / crussell@stararadvertiser.com

After evacuating his home on Pohoiki Road and living in the Pahoa Shelter for two months, Jack “Nova” DeShincoe transitioned to a rental apartment in Hilo on July 17. He is pictured at his new apartment on July 21.

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CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM

Leilani Estates resident Kaine’e Pearson has been staying at the Pahoa Shelter for almost two weeks because of the volcanic activity from Kilauea.