Thermal spring near Yellowstone's Old Faithful geyser erupts for the fourth time in 60 years, spewing hot water and steam 30 FEET into the air | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Thermal spring near Yellowstone's Old Faithful geyser erupts for the fourth time in 60 years, spewing hot water and steam 30 FEET into the air

It last erupted in 2004.

The eruption is among the new thermal activity seen over the last several days on Geyser Hill, just across the Firehole River from Old Faithful.

The activity includes new erupting vents and surface fractures, and it has led park officials to close a boardwalk in the popular Upper Geyser Basin to prevent people from being injured by scalding water splashing on the popular boardwalk trail.

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