Ash cloud bursts from Hawaii Volcano sparks aviation red alert
Wednesday, 16 May 2018
Explosions intensified on Hawaii's Kilauea volcano on Tuesday, spewing ash and sparking a red alert for aviation for the first time since the latest eruption began 12 days ago.
Ash and volcanic smog, or so-called vog, rose up to 12,000 feet (3,657 meters) above Kilauea's crater and floated southwest, covering cars on Highway ...
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Explosions intensified on Hawaii's Kilauea volcano on Tuesday (May 15), spewing ash and triggering a red alert for aircraft for the first time since the latest eruption began 12 days ago. Ryan Brooks reports. ▶ Ash cloud from Hawaii volcano sparks red alert 01:07
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