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Kilauea Volcano: Flying Lava Injures 23 in Hawaii
Kilauea Volcano: Flying Lava Injures 23 in Hawaii TravelNews Malaysia Travel News | TravelNews
An explosion sent rocks and debris hurtling through the air and through the roof of the tourist vessel.
 
One passenger broke a leg while others suffered burns. The authorities are investigating.
 
The lava is from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano, which erupted in May and has been spewing out gas and molten rock ever since.
 
The explosion left a gaping hole in the roof of the tour boat, which had been taking visitors out to view lava plunging into the sea.
 
Those injured are being treated in hospital.
 
Some passengers told Hawaii's Department of Land and Natural Resources that the boat was outside a safety zone established by the coastguard.
 
The explosion left a gaping hole in the roof of the tour boat, which had been taking visitors out to view lava plunging into the sea.
 
Those injured are being treated in hospital.
 
Some passengers told Hawaii's Department of Land and Natural Resources that the boat was outside a safety zone established by the coastguard.

(Article from BBC News--17 July 2018) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJnTNUjixBY

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