Hawaii residents see their volcanoes erupting in their gardens.

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 Hawaii residents see their volcanoes erupting in their gardens.


According to the 9 day of the sun, the house of the local resident, Keith Brock (KeithBrock), was one of the 36 buildings destroyed by the volcano, and what he saw in his back garden in his back garden was the horror of the lava spray higher than the tree. He said, the noise of the volcano is deafening, the ground is shaking up and down, and the cameras are hard to hold. The scene of the volcanic eruption seen by Keith Brock in the back garden is the same as the sun. The Kira Vee Maher volcano (KilaueaVolcano) in IslandofHawaii, the island of Honolulu, a non state island in the state of Hawaii, suddenly erupted on a large scale in May 3rd, according to news from the Hawaii state government website and American media. A volcanic eruption triggered an earthquake. Following the 6.9 magnitude earthquake in May 4th, another 5.7 magnitude aftershocks occurred on the 5 day. Toxic gases and dust produced by volcanic eruptions seriously threaten health. Volcanoes and earthquakes also cause secondary disasters such as ground fissures and forest fires, destroying houses, roads, communications and other facilities. The house of Keith Brock (KeithBrock) is one of 36 buildings destroyed by volcanoes. About 1700 local residents have been evacuated from the danger area. It is estimated that nearly 10000 people have been affected by volcanic eruptions. Fortunately, no deaths have yet been reported. AmberMakuakane, 37, the mother of two children, said her three bedroom house was destroyed by lava. The house was on the opposite side of a cracked Friday. There was some steam in the yard, but it looked like everything else was normal, Amber said. On Saturday, she received an alarm from her home safety system, and the sensors in the whole house were triggered. Its devastating... But Ive accepted it, she said. It is reported that lava has spread about 36000 square meters around the islands and is still moving slowly. The fast flowing volcanoes devoured a car parked on the street. There is no indication of when the lava will stop or how far it will eventually spread. Officials warn that lava may continue to fall, and toxic volcanic gases may be fatal to older people and people with respiratory problems. WendyStovall, a volcanologist at the US Geological Survey, said: there is more magma in the entire volcanic system now, and this outbreak will continue as long as there is supply. The Hawaii Volcano Observatory in a statement on the website said, the eruption is just a temporary stop. There may be more eruption of magma and more cracks at any time. A few minutes later, the lava will move to this house New cracks appear on the ground The American Red Cross said that about 250 people and 90 pets were spent in shelters on Saturday night. Hawaii governor David Igor told DavidIge evacuees that he had called the White House to tell officials they needed government assistance.