REPORT: Residents voice frustrations at meeting as Hawaii volcano continues to wreak havoc

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Pāhoa, HI –  More than 100 frustrated residents packed into Pahoa High School’s cafeteria Monday night, demanding county, state and federal officials be straight with them on the danger still developing as Hawaii’s most active volcano continues its path of destruction.

“Don’t tell us to sit in a shelter,” one angry resident said. “Tell us what is going on. Rumors and fear are spreading. What is going on? Someone tell us something.”

The article goes on to state the following:

There has been a growing sense of confusion from some residents in the area. They say they haven’t been given details on what actions are being taken to protect their homes and what dangers remain.

The meeting comes as two new cracks in the ground were confirmed in the community. Twelve fissures have been reported in Leilani Estates, near the town of Pahoa.

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As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service on the internet, DML News offers the following information published by FOXNEWS.COM:

Pāhoa, HI –  More than 100 frustrated residents packed into Pahoa High School’s cafeteria Monday night, demanding county, state and federal officials be straight with them on the danger still developing as Hawaii’s most active volcano continues its path of destruction.

“Don’t tell us to sit in a shelter,” one angry resident said. “Tell us what is going on. Rumors and fear are spreading. What is going on? Someone tell us something.”

The article goes on to state the following:

There has been a growing sense of confusion from some residents in the area. They say they haven’t been given details on what actions are being taken to protect their homes and what dangers remain.

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