Kilauea volcano goes to red alert

Kilauea-Volcano Glowing orange lava could be seen bursting out of the Kilauea's summit at around 3.15am yesterday

Micah 1:4 “And the mountains will melt under him, and the valleys will split open, like wax before the fire, like waters poured down a steep place.”

Important Takeaways:

  • Hawaii volcano Kilauea starts erupting after two month pause as officials issue ‘red’ warning
  • The Hawaiian volcano Kilauea, one of the most active of its kind in the world, has erupted after a two-month pause.
  • For the third time this year, glowing orange lava could be seen bursting out of the volcano’s summit at around 3.15am yesterday.
  • It is currently at a safe distance from people and buildings in a national park on the Big Island, according to experts at the Hawaii Volcano Observatory.
  • But the current alert level for those on the island has been increased from ‘warning’ to ‘watch’, according to the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency.
  • Due to gases released by the eruption, volcanic smog is blowing downwind of Kilauea – causing poor air quality and a ‘red’ aviation warning.

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