For a little distance perspectives, I'd guess those lava fountains are around 70' high at least. Yes, the active vent is pretty huge, and growing! And don't let that shiny black colored rock fool you. It's actually molten lava whose surface has cooled a bit. It's so hot that you can't get near it without the hair on your arms and legs getting singed (personal experience). And you can't stand near it for more than a second. You'll fry!
While I find the volcano to be interesting, even exciting, I'd like to see it shut down for a while. I tired of dealing with the acid rain. But if course, I have no say in the matter. The volcano will do what it always does, with no concern for the little humanoid fleas living on its surface.
The volcano hasn't stopped. Tuesday night it did it again.
This is the statement taken from the website:
On Tuesday night (April 24), between around 8:30 p.m. and 11:00 p.m., Kīlauea Volcano's summit lava lake overflowed once again. This photo, taken around 10:30 p.m., shows the large overflow as it spread west (to the right) from the lava lake onto the floor of Halema‘uma‘u. The bright (yellow-white) spot is spattering along the south margin of the lava lake. USGS photo by M. Patrick.