A volcano on Hawaii's Big Island began erupting 21 days ago.
Initially ripping the ground open with lava spewing fissures, Kilauea finally blew it's top, sending a plume of ash 30,000 feet into the.. Source: Wochit -
Ash continued to rise from Kilauea’s summit on Thursday, May 24, and light ash was falling downwind. Earthquakes also continue at a moderate rate, according to the US Geographical.. Source: Storyful Studio -