O Volcano According to the US Geological Survey (USGS), Kilauea, Hawaii erupted “full force” on Wednesday night (29).
Local media reported that the explosion would not cause immediate danger to residents.
“The lava lake that once cooled is now a new rift,” USGS said in a tweet.
The U.S. Geological Survey has upgraded the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO) from Kilavia volcano alert to “watch” and changed its aerial color code from “orange” to “red.”
The risks associated with this new eruption are being assessed, the USGS reported.
The latest alert level and color code indicate that a dangerous explosion is “imminent, ongoing, or suspected,” according to the USGS website.
In December, Kilauea erupted overnight, followed by an earthquake in the southern part of the volcano.
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