Rocks Blasted Out of Fissure From Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano
Rocks were blasted out of a fissure on Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano on Wednesday, May 16, as seen in this video.The US Geological Survey said the rocks and large pieces of splatter reached a height of 500 feet.Kilauea’s volcanic activity is expected to continue, experts told CNN.
A similar series of events occurred in 1924 and the volcanic activity lasted two and a half weeks. Credit: US Geological Survey via Storyful.
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