Kilauea volcano shaking hundreds of earthquakes from the crater burst ash column

The caldera area of ​​the Hawaiian volcano Kilauea is shaking earthquakes that occur one after another, every few minutes, yesterday recorded more than 500 earthquakes, but only for today’s night they have already occurred more than 100.

Seismic activity increases the fears of a full eruption of a volcano accompanied by an explosion of the caldera in the Halemaumau crater, which will lead to catastrophic consequences.

The eruption of Kilauea that began on May 3 was accompanied by an earthquake measuring 6.9 on the Richter scale. Lava flows destroyed hundreds of houses and buildings. More than 10 thousand inhabitants of the island were evacuated from the island.