June 27th lava flow remains active behind stalled flow front

June 27th lava flow remains active behind stalled flow front...

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The June 27th lava flow remains active above Pāhoa. The tip of the flow remains stalled about 155 meters (170 yards) from Pāhoa Village Road, which crosses the photo at very bottom right. Smoke plumes are visible above town, caused by burning vegetation at the site of lava breakouts. All breakouts are above AP‘A‘ā Street, except for three small breakouts near Pāhoa cemetery. The largest plume in the top left of the photo is located several hundred meters (yards) above the transfer station. Other breakouts even further upslope were also producing smoke plumes, barely visible through the mist.

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