Hawaii residents’ heartbreaking day: witnessing volcanic magma swallowing their homes with “slow motion”.According to reports, the Hawaii Kilauea volcano continued to erupt, before the crack of the “Lila real estate” area, has been guarded by the United States National Guard, strict control of personnel entry, but the local residents are still allowed to enter the evacuation zone occasionally to check houses. But the scene of volcanic magma slowly swallowing their homes also frightened their hearts.
A resident who has been paying close attention to the movement since the beginning of the volcano has driven journalists into these areas. With the cars passing through checkpoints, the power of Kira Vee Maher volcano is gradually showing itself.
On a street, there was an amazing scene: huge, bubbling magma flows, driven by cracks, surged along the road, swallowing trees and houses on the side of the road. In the course of progress, the magma clucked and hissed from time to time, destroying everything in a seemingly “slow motion” and unstoppable momentum.
The nearby rainforest has been burning, and the asphalt road at the foot is getting hotter and hotter. This scene has caused some residents to start self timer inappropriately.
For others, this is really a terrible moment. A mother and daughter, Lori and Alysha Cruz, were comforting each other, and the magma covered their newly painted mailboxes. They knew that if the magma continued to move forward, his home would soon be swallowed up.
“I live here, and I also empty everything that can be moved. I just want to live with my own place, and finally, if you know every household on the side of the road, they are just like your relatives. The scene is really terrible.” Lori said.
“I don’t know what to expect, but I just hope that the house will not be destroyed.” Said Ali.
There was a sound like a car engine in the ear. It was originally a steam jet from the far side of the river of magma. Local residents said that they should leave quickly. They were worried that there would be new cracks on the ground, or that the volcano was about to start a new round of eruption.
“Such a scene is sad, but from another point of view, the scene is beautiful because it is re – created at the same time that it is completely destroyed.” Howard Rosin, the resident, said.
As night fell, the sky overhead turned orange red. The wind direction changed, so we had to wear a mask to prevent ourselves from inhaling too much sulphur dioxide. In the ridge’s position, we see another grand scene: a number of cracks and magma covered areas continue to go forward until the sight is gone, this is the full picture of Kira Vee Maher’s volcano.