Hawaii Volcano Erupts 6 Mile-high Plume

Wochit - May 18, 2018

PAHOA, Hawaii (Reuters) - Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano spewed ash nearly six miles (9 km) into the sky on Thursday and scientists warned this could be the first in a string of more violent explosive eruptions with the next possibly occurring within hours. “This has relieved pressure temporarily,” U.S.

Geological Survey geologist Michelle Coombs told a news conference in Hilo.

“We may have additional larger, powerful events..

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