Kilauea volcano erupts again in Hawaii

NS volcano Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano erupted in full force on Wednesday night (29), according to the United States Geological Survey (USGS).

Local media reported that the volcanic eruption did not pose any immediate danger to the population.

“What was once a cold lava lake is now a new rift eruption,” the USGS said in a tweet.

The US Geological Survey’s Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO) has raised the Kilauea Volcano Alert Level from “watched” (under watch) to “warning” and changed its aviation color code from “orange” to “red.”

The US Geological Survey reports that the risks associated with this new eruption are being evaluated.

The latest alert level and color code indicate that a dangerous eruption is “imminent, ongoing, or suspected,” according to the USGS website.

in December, Kilauea volcano erupted overnight and was followed by an earthquake that struck the volcano’s southern flank.

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