Hawaii volcano: How far is Kilauea volcano from Honolulu?

Theatrical images have shown terrifying rivers of molten lava cascading down angles toward people’s homes on Hawaii’s Big Island.

Officials told householders to “go now” in an emergency mobile alert sent out on Sunday night local every now as a new fissure opened in Leilani Estates.

The populated area, approximately 12 miles east of Kilauea, has equipped into an unstoppable sea of red lava and black ash destroying everything before it.

US Geological Contemplate volcanologist Wendy Stovall said: “There’s more magma in the organized whole to be erupted.

“As eat ones heart out as that supply is there, the eruption will continue.”

How far is Kilauea Activity continues on Kilauea's east rift zone, as a fissure eruption fountains more than 200 feet into the air, consuming all in its path., near Pahoa, Hawaii


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