Incredible footage shows LAVA consuming car in Hawaii & eating up metallic fences
An exquisite view of a wall of lava slowly drifting across a Hawaii road was captured on a camera in ‘time-lapse,’ along with massive volcanic eruptions throughout the island.
Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano has already eaten up 25 homes and building, it also forced nearly two-thousand people out of their residence since the eruption on Thursday. The poisonous gas from the lava went into houses forcing people of Hawaii’s Big Island out.
Lava melts everything that comes in its path i.e. homes, trees, cars, and street – nothing is able to withstand its heat.
In the footage one stream of lava can be seen drifting across the street, towards a parked vehicle – which melted displaying flames, later consumed by the red hot lava.
The lava can be seen wreaking havoc with display of flames erupting from the red hot coals as smoke and steam billowed above it.
Inhabitants of the predicted area which will be affected by the lava are advised to leave the area as soon as possible.
Watch the video: (Thanks to DailyMail)
‘Be prepared to evacuate at a moment’s notice,’ the Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency said in a warning on its website. Residents of an another area, Lanipuna Gardens, were barred from returning to their houses on Monday due to deadly volcanic poisonous gases.
Residents were also told to clear out the area through a cellphone alert.
According Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency, there have been no fatalities or major injuries so far. This destruction is expected to continue, along with aftershocks from Friday’s earthquake, which was 6.9 on rector scale, the largest earthquake since 1975.
There have been staggering number of 142 earthquakes recorded on Monday in the span of 24 hours.
Authorities have asked the lava watchers to keep away because it is not the time for sightseeing, and any mistake can prove to be fatal.