An explosion from the Big Island's Kilauea eruption showered passengers with molten debris, seriously injuring some.
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The eruption of the Big Island’s Kilauea volcano has caused “Pele’s hair,” a type of volcanic glass that resembles spun sugar, to rain down on Pāhoa residents.
It looks like we have another Tide Pod situation on our hands.
And if they come in contact with lava, they can trigger massive explosions.
"I've talked to people on the mainland who've said, 'How disgusting.' But we would never use those words. It's phenomenal. Everybody in the world wants to see this."
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Residents are being airlifted from their homes as the eruption grows even more catastrophic.
Along with a cloud of volcanic ash that could travel up to 20 miles from the summit.
Cars, homes, and entire roads are disappearing under waves of molten rock.
Parts of the Big Island of Hawaii are being evacuated after Kilauea Volcano spewed fountains of lava into nearby streets.
Lava and vapor spewed from cracks in the roads near the Kilauea volcano after it blew on Thursday.