Hawaii volcano erupts, spews ash 6 miles into the sky
Thursday, 17 May 2018 () Hawaii's Kilauea volcano erupted Thursday, blasting a plume of ash and debris 30,000 feet into the air. The state Civil Defense agency said the plume was expected to spread to the southeast, warning residents in the direction to shelter in place.
BIG ISLAND, Hawaii — Hawaii's Kilauea volcano, located in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, has been erupting nonstop since May 3.
On Thursday, the volcano erupted once again, driving volcanic ash and debris as high as 30,000 feet into the air, USA Today reported.
The explosion took place in...
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