Welcome to the twilight zone: Hawaii looks more like a hellscape as Kilauea volcano continues to billow toxic ash into the sky and the Big Island records 270 earthquakes in one day | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Welcome to the twilight zone: Hawaii looks more like a hellscape as Kilauea volcano continues to billow toxic ash into the sky and the Big Island records 270 earthquakes in one day

Hawaii has been struck with 270 earthquakes in just one day as the Kilauea volcano continues to billow toxic ash and spout lava across the island.

More than three weeks after the eruptions first began, Mount Kilauea is showing no signs of stopping.

Photos of the island show a landscape devastated by red hot lava flows and burning trees and shrubbery.

Yesterday's volcanic activity sent ash clouds up to 14,764 feet into the atmosphere, sparking concerns that dangerous levels of sulfur dioxide gas and ash could combine with moisture and dust in the air to cause volcanic smog, or 'vog.'

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