Hawaii Kilauea Volcano Erupts, Sends Smoke 30,000 Feet Up in the Air

Hawaii Kilauea Volcano Erupts, Sends Smoke 30,000 Feet Up in the Air

Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano erupted early Thursday morning, sending hot ash and smoke as high as 30,000 feet high into the air.

The BBC reports the volcano is blasting out “ballistic blocks” the size of kitchen appliances. The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory says the eruption happened around 4:15 in the morning.

The crater is located in the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, which has been closed since May 11 in preparation for the eruption.

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