Officials monitoring air quality after Hawaii eruption

ABC News' Marci Gonzalez visits Leilani Estates, the neighborhood hit hardest by Kilauea.
1:21 | 05/14/18

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Everyone I'm RC Gonzales on Hawaii's big island covering the volcanic eruptions seen on that. Most of these news to me how and cracks in the road in this neighborhood where money is state. This is the neighborhood that has been impacted the most so far. By these fishers that have opened up it would what used to be healthy. And there is no right that there was a house there but the National Guard that there was. If you. If you. Sulfur dioxide and we all along that hasn't yet smoke coming out the National Guard is here with us monitoring the air quality. Moving us out of the way anytime the levels get too high. And at air quality is one of the many reasons they evacuated this entire community to 18100 people between this and neighboring community. And now there today that another 2000. People could be forced to evacuate because. Even more fishers are opening we keep hearing is booming. And from some of those new features that opened up another concern is with the cracks in the room. All throughout this area from entry. Which ones are getting greater concern that cracks in the road or new fissures could end up closing off a major roadway and so that's another thing they're monitoring. You're on the big island. I'm RC Gonzales watching it disease.

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