Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano eruption burns 75 acres

March 15, 2011HONOLULU – Authorities say lava from a volcano eruption in Hawaii has sparked a wildfire in Volcanoes National Park. Park firefighters said Monday that the blaze has burned at least 75 acres (30 hectares) since Sunday. They say the lava is from the Kamoamoa eruption. Park ranger Mardie Lane says the fire is creeping through Ohia forest in an area that has been burned at least twice due to lava flows. Kilauea, one of the world’s most active volcanoes, has been in constant eruption since Jan. 3, 1983. Firefighters plan to fly over the area Tuesday to assess the situation. –CTV
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1 Response to Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano eruption burns 75 acres

  1. Eden says:

    4.1 off the Queensland, Australia coast today. They are everywhere.

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