Hawaii Kilauea volcano: 2 new fissures open up as 24-hour pause in volcanic activity ends | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Hawaii Kilauea volcano: 2 new fissures open up as 24-hour pause in volcanic activity ends

On Tuesday, scientists said the lava lake feeding the eruptions dropped significantly, and activity has decreased at all twelve fissures, or cracks, along a 2.5-mile span. But Hawaiian county officials said two new lava fissures had opened, bringing the total number fissures to 14, and ending a 24-hour pause in volcanic activity. The Hawaii Office of Emergency Management tweeted that everyone in Lanipuna must evacuate.

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