Kilauea Spews 30,000 foot high Volcanic Cloud, Ash

 

The Hawaii volcano Mount Kilauea exploded yesterday causing a volcanic cloud that reached a high of 30,000 feet above sea level, and there could be more explosions to come, said one expert. The volcano exploded from the Halemaumau crater causing a volcanic cloud and ash fall, according to a USGS geologist. Michelle Coombs, a USGS Volcanologist told Associated Press: “We’re still watching things real closely and we could have additional larger events that are more powerful.”

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