Emergency and disaster management briefing for September 10, 2021: Kilauea is quiet again, but the Alert Level remains at Advisory while the Aviation Color Code remains at Yellow; thousands of residents in San Luis Obispo were left without power during a heat wave on Thursday; an upcoming webinar is scheduled to help EMS and 911 centers implement telemedicine within their organizations; a Red Flag Warning is in place for a large swath of Northern California until 11 p.m. Friday; the EPA may bump a Superfund site in a westside Atlanta neighborhood to its NPL; CISA released new guidance for Emergency Communication Centers (ECCs) for drone-related calls; new evacuation orders were issued by Lassen County for the Dixie Fire; and a newly released report about the health impacts on 9/11 responders coincides with the 20th anniversary of 9/11 and is the third in its series.

1. Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano is quiet again after about two weeks of earthquakes and ground deformation. The recent intrusion of magma beneath the surface in the area south of the caldera has slowed substantially, with no current indications the summit will resume eruption. However, the current Volcano Alert Level remains at Advisory, while the Aviation Color Code remains at Yellow.

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