Lava from Kilauea volcano is continuing to ooze across Hawaii's Big Island two months after first erupting. Here is the latest news as Fissure 8 spews more lava and earthquakes hit the Kilauea volcano summit.
A collapse event occurred at Kīlauea's summit at 4.33pm HST on July 19, according to the USGS.
The energy released by this was equivalent to a M5.2 earthquake.
Rockfalls also occurred from near-vertical cliffs around the Caldera and the Halemaumau crater pit located with the much larger summit caldera of Kilauea.
This came after another explosion at 1.28am local time on July 18, in a blast equivalent to a 5.3 magnitude earthquake.