Hawaii Volcanic Eruption: Lava crosses highway, destroys 400 utility poles
Any development seems impossible until the area is stable, which is possible only after the eruption is over.
The destruction of the local electric utility’s equipment has knocked out power to the area.
As per reports, the Hawaii Electric Light Co. says it is evaluating how to provide power to the Vacationland and Kopaho Beach Lots.
However any development seems impossible until the area is stable, which is possible only after the eruption is over. As per the reports, the company says the eruption has so far destroyed more than 400 of its utility poles.
The fast-flowing lava rivers are oozing across Hawaii’s Big Island forcing officials to urge residents to flee immediately.
Volcanic gases, pollution and ash are being blown around from the Kilauea volcano.
The lava can be seen fountaining at the fissures of the volcano.
So far as many as 24 fissures have opened since the volcano started erupting on May 3.
This is how the eruption looked like ,as shared by a Twitter user:
Video from facebook Courtesy of “Shane Turpin” 5-20-18 #BREAKING #BreakingNews #Today #Hawaii #Volcano #Eruption #Kilauea #lava #Pele #Hawaiiisland #Bigisland #HawaiiVolcano #News #KilaueaErupts #808News #NewsNow #KilaueaVolcano #LeilaniEstates #OceanEntry #Ocean pic.twitter.com/nkyA2pSln0
— Alicia (@Alicia8o8) May 20, 2018
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