Alert: Explosive Eruption at Kilauea Volcano Summit Sends Ash 30,000 Feet into Sky
An explosive eruption at Kilauea’s summit Thursday morning sent an ash plume soaring 30,000 feet into the air, and officials warn that ongoing emissions — and future eruptions — could send ash falling over significant portions of the Big Island. Michelle Coombs, of the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, said the explosion about 4:15 a.m. at Halemaumau Crater was powerful but short-lived, which meant levels of ash dropping on surrounding communities were not as significant as officials had feared.
Alert: Fear is Mounting as Ash cloud from Hawaii volcano sparks aviation red alert: https://youtu.be/waD7PVPgZYQ
Explosive eruption at Kilauea summit sends ash 30,000 feet into air: http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/38176893/itchy-eyes-sore-throats-and-headaches-kau-residents-react-to-recent-ashfall
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