Hawaii’s most active volcano Kilauea has sparked eruption warnings, with roads even cracking open as magma moves in underground. Activity on Kilauea volcano has soared over the last two days, with 250 earthquakes striking when the crater floor collapsed.
Hawaii’s Civil Defense team have told residents in the Big Island to get their emergency plans in place in case the volcano blows. Terrified locals in the Puna area, about 30 miles from the volcano’s peak, spotted the cracks which emerged as a result of magma flowing beneath a main road. The US Geological Survey (USGS) shared the image, which was taken in the Leilani Estates.