Aerial Footage Shows Lava Flow From Fissure to Hawaiian Coast
Lava continued to gush from the Kilauea Volcano’s fissure 8 in Hawaii’s Puna district on Saturday, June 16.
According to the US Geological Survey on that date, lava fountains from fissure 8 “pulsed to heights of 185 to 200 feet overnight” and the molten rock continued to flow down a channel to the ocean at Kapoho.
Lava has covered nine square miles since eruptions started in May, Hawaii News Now reported.
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