Video Captures Lava River in Puna, Hawaii

StoryfulPublished: June 26, 2018Updated: June 27, 2018238 views
Published: June 26, 2018Updated: June 27, 2018

Video captures a river of lava coming from the sixteenth fissure that formed since Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano erupted. The video was shot on Saturday, May 12, in the lower Puna. The sixteenth fissure likely formed on May 12 and was not initially active, according to a local report. After the fissure became active enough to cause concern, officials ordered everyone in the area to evacuate and warned volcanic activity across the island was extremely unpredictable at that moment. Credit: Honolulu Civil Beat via Storyful

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