Kalihi residents are still fearful one week after boulders fell damaging four homes.
The state land board called an emergency meeting on Friday to see if something can be done to help the Kalihi Valley residents.
Deborah Moreria-Vicarisaid she is on edge.
She's been told there are six more boulders on the hillside that could threaten the homes on her street.
"I'm scared. I am trying to be brave, but I am cooking and I think what is that noise? We are all terrified," said Deborah Moreria-Vicari.
The 30-year Kalihi resident helped go door-to-door collecting signatures and organizing a meeting with the governor's office Monday to plea for help.
She showed us a boulder that fell, breaking her sidewalk and louvres on a bedroom window.
The pastor of the church which owns the land where the boulders came from
said she felt the ground shake last Thursday night.
She was heartsick when she saw the boulders that damaged her neighbors’ homes.
"When I saw that, I said "Oh, my. That is from the church property," said Kahawai.