New Hawaii lava flow contained to national park

HAWAII VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK, HI

Hawaiian Volcano Observatory Geologist Janet Babb said Monday the flows are still active, but doesn't look like there will be any more forward advancement.

Lava began flowing from the fissure breakout that started last week at Kilauea, a volcano that has been continuously erupting since 1983. It advanced about 2.3 miles before stopping short of the mostly abandoned Royal Gardens subdivision.

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