Lava destroys warehouse on Hawaiian geothermal power site

The ongoing eruption of Kilauea in Hawaii has destroyed a warehouse which was part of the former Hawaii Geothermal Project site.

Local WMUR TV tweeted the latest development in the account of damage caused by the volcano.

More than 50 buildings, including dozens of homes, have been destroyed, according to local media. The volcano, which is on the Big Island and has never been dormant, began erupting explosively on May 3.

Hawaiian volcano Kilauea erupting in 1959. Image: US Geological Service



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