USA: 17th fissure spews lava and toxic gas on Hawaii's Big Island

Footage shows lava spattering from the 17th fissure, opened on Hawaii's Big Island in the early hours of Sunday. It is the 17th volcanic vent to open on the Hawaiian Islands in a week since the Kilauea volcano erupted on May 3. The Kilauea volcano has left huge fissures in the ground, spewing lava and emitting toxic gas into residential areas and consuming dozens of homes. Around 2,000 people... Еще have fled the area since the May 3 volcano eruption. The lava effusion follows hundreds of earthquakes, which have been recorded over the past days, with magnitudes wavering between 2 and 5.

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