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Hawaii’s Mauna Loa, the world’s largest active volcano, has started to erupt, after 38 years of silence. There are unconfirmed reports of lava flowing from the volcano.
The Associated Press reports volcanic ash and debris are falling on the Big Island. The eruption began late Sunday in the summit caldera of the volcano on the Big Island. The eruption was captured on satellite images. Watch below.
A half-hour earlier, the National Weather Service reported a 4.4 magnitude earthquake occurred in the summit area of Mauna Loa.
“The Hawai‘i Emergency Management Agency has activated its Emergency Operations Center for enhanced monitoring of the evolving situation and to provide any support requested. At this time, no evacuation has been ordered,” Big Island Now reports.
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Mauna Loa eruption hawaii right now pic.twitter.com/uQz5OXwTg2— kelly (@MAGAHAWAII) November 28, 2022
JUST IN: Jareb Ombao took this video at a gas station in Kona. Says it appears there’s “lava coming down Mauna Loa”. He’s urging everyone to be on the alert. @USGSVolcanoes @HawaiiNewsNow pic.twitter.com/qd9AMyeuJU— Eddie Dowd (@EddieDowdTV) November 28, 2022
JUST IN: Mauna Loa on the Big Island of Hawaii, the largest active volcano in the world, has erupted. This is its first eruption in 38 years.— Collin Gross (@CollinGrossWx) November 28, 2022
An “Ashfall Advisory” is in effect until 6AM local time where a quarter inch of ash is possible.@JimCantore @StephanieAbrams @spann pic.twitter.com/MbyS6p9k8D
JUST IN – Hawaii’s Mauna Loa, the world’s biggest active volcano, begins eruption after 38 years of quiet.pic.twitter.com/F7jaRroWUN— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) November 28, 2022
You can see it from Kona! pic.twitter.com/TLOeycLuMl— pdubl22 (@pdubl22) November 28, 2022
Mauna Loa volcano, the largest volcano on earth began a new eruption at its summit caldera at 1:34 AM PST 11/28. Its first since 1984. The volcanoes alert level has been raised to RED/Warning per @USGSVolcanoes. #MaunaLoaVolcano pic.twitter.com/mO1d1NL0Vu— NWS Elko (@NWSElko) November 28, 2022
At approximately 11:30 p.m. HST this evening, November 27, an eruption began in Moku‘āweoweo, the summit caldera of Mauna Loa, inside Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park. Winds may carry volcanic gas and possibly fine ash and Pele’s hair downwind.— NWSHonolulu (@NWSHonolulu) November 28, 2022
Photo Credit: USGS pic.twitter.com/ai1vEFAwnX