MAJOR EXPLOSION MIGHT HAWAII's BIG ISLANDERS TO EVACUATE MORE AFTER FISSURES FLOWED LAVA INSIDE RESIDENTIAL - PHILIPPINE REPUBLIC NEWS

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Sunday, May 13, 2018

MAJOR EXPLOSION MIGHT HAWAII's BIG ISLANDERS TO EVACUATE MORE AFTER FISSURES FLOWED LAVA INSIDE RESIDENTIAL




After the active Kilauea volcano in Hawaii's Big Island, flowed lava across roads in residential areas due to the fissures,  the scientist believes that there will be a possible explosion and might force the authorities to evacuate 2,000 more residents to keep them safe from the danger of inhaling poisonous gases coming from the ashes and smoke of the volcano.

The lava now flows in the water table and if the dropping becomes denser and thicker, the temperature of the sea water will rise and sulfur dioxide will eventually generate and making it more poisonous.





“We’ve got all the warning signs we need,” said Steve Brantley, the deputy scientist-in-charge for the U.S. Geological Survey's Hawaiian Volcano Observatory HVO, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reports. “There may not be any additional warning before the magma actually starts moving up to the surface."

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