Overseas Network, December 7th According to report by the “New York Post” on December 6th, two volcanoes in the US state of Hawaii continued to erupt. Among them, the lava flow from the Mauna Loa volcano was flowing towards a highway. The state of Hawaii has sent national guards team.
According to the US Geological Survey, as of the 5th, the lava was about 3.5 kilometers away from the highway. The Hawaii Department of Emergency Services said 20 National Guard members had been dispatched to assist with traffic control and other efforts.
Mauna Loa, the world’s largest active volcano, began erupting on November 27, and nearby Kilauea has also been erupting. Neither eruption poses a threat to nearby homes, but the volcanoes could affect air quality