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5/01/2018 — Hawaii’s Kilauea / Pu’u O’o crater has partially collapsed [VIDEO]

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Puu Oo cropped.jpgView at dusk, June 1983
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Mag 5.0 quake rattles Hawaii Island May 3, 2018, sends ash plume skyward
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A magnitude-5.0 earthquake Thursday morning caused rockfalls and a

collapse into the Puu Oo crater on Kilauea Volcano’s East Rift Zone.

videoAerial view of Kilauea eruption, 4 May, 2018
Lava outbreak triggers evacuations in Hawaii amid fears of imminent eruption (VIDEOS)

 

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Pacific Ring of Fire

11 May, 2018
Frantic attempts to avoid enormous blast as lava approaches chemicals stored at Hawaii power plant

This Saturday, May 12, 2018, aerial image released by the Hawi'i County Fire Department, show a view of fissure 16, bottom right, that erupted this morning beginning just before 7:00 a.m. HST in the Big Island of Hawaii. The fissure is located roughly along the alignment of the earlier fissures, steam in top left photo, and 1.3 km (0.8 miles) northeast of fissure 15 and Pohoiki Road. Warnings that Hawaii's Kilauea volcano could shoot boulders and ash out of its summit crater are prompting people to rethink their plans to visit the Big Island. But most of the rest of the island is free of volcanic hazards, and local tourism officials are hoping travelers will recognize the Big Island is ready to welcome them. (Hawi'i County Fire Department via AP)May 13, 2018 One new fissure opened up west of Highway 132 along Hale Kamahina Loop Road.  (Hawai’i County Fire Department)

The Pacific's "Ring of Fire" is a breeding ground for natural disasters. Here's a look at the most recent incidents.

May 14, 2018

Hawaii Residents Flee Volcano As New Fissure Sends Lava “Several Hundred Feet Into The Air”
 16 May, 2018
<p>Schaulustige fotografieren die gigantische Aschewolke, die aus dem Halema’uma’u-Krater dringt. Der Vulkan Kilauea im US-Bundesstaat Hawaii brodelt bereits seit Tagen. (Bild: Reuters/Terray Sylvester) </p>

View of the Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano from the International Space Station. / Reuters

May 15, 2018

Kilauea Volcano Eruption: Everything points to a scalar wave attack against Hawaii May 17, 2018 by State of the Nation

HAWAII VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK, HI – MAY 09: (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

This photo from the U.S. Geological Survey shows activity at Halema'uma'u Crater that has increased to include the nearly continuous emission of ash with intermittent stronger pulses at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the island of Hawaii at around 9 a.m. Tuesday, May 15, 2018. Plumes range from 1 to 2 kilometers (3,000 to 6,000 feet) above the ground. Officials on the Big Island of Hawaii say some vents formed by Kilauea volcano are releasing such high levels of sulfur dioxide that the gas poses an immediate danger to anyone nearby. (U.S. Geological Survey via AP)

A look at how new warnings about toxic gas stemming from Hawaii's volcano are prompting more evacuations and creating greater health hazards.

A shelter in place warning has been issued after Hawaii's Kilauea volcano erupted from its summit on Thursday

It comes after more than a dozen fissures recently opened miles to the east of the crater and spewed lava into neighborhoods. Pictured above in fissure 17 on Thursday, which is still active

Lava illuminates volcanic gases from the Kilauea volcano at fissure 13 on Hawaii's Big Island on Wednesday

Smoke is seen pouring from multiple open fissures on Kilauea on Wednesday as multiple earthquakes damaged roads and buildings in the surrounding areas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hawaiian volcanologists ‘advise’ wider evacuations as violent lava flows swallow homes (VIDEOS)Lava erupts on the outskirts of Pahoa, May 19, 2018 © Terray Sylvester / Reuters

21 May, 2018 Hawaii ‘laze’ alert: Even lava cooling in the sea is horrendously dangerous (PHOTOS, VIDEO)A steam plume rises as lava enters the Pacific Ocean from a Kilauea volcano fissure, on Hawaii’s Big Island on May 20, 2018. © Mario Tama / Getty Images / AFP

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