The last one: woman transported to Lava to Honolulu wounded

The latest about lava that hurts Hawaiian tourist sailors (all local hours):

Clock 15:40

A woman, who was seriously injured when the molten stone fell through the roof of her hiking boat in Hawaii, was transported to Honolulu for additional treatment.

A spokesman for the Hilo Medical Center, Elena Cabatu, said yesterday that women were convicted in a serious condition. Hawaiian state fire fighters say they broke their thighs.

A dozen more of the excursion boat looked for the hospital to burn and minor scratches. He said that all were published.

The Hawaiian Department of Fire Department says a total of 23 people were injured when lava climbed to the roof of the excursion boat. The others were treated for superficial injuries.

The US Geological Survey says explosions of different sizes when 2,000 degrees of lava penetrate much colder sea water.

Riding boats take viewers to see lava entering the ocean.

___

14:20

The US Geological Survey states that explosions of different sizes occur when lava at a temperature of 1093 degrees Celsius enters a much colder sea water.

But the great explosion that exploded lava on a tourist boat on Monday could also have something to do with ocean topography and the amount of molten rock that currently enters the ocean in that area.

Geologist of the USGS, Janet Babb, claims that lava mixing with water is always explosive, but there are times when the molten rock can be covered under water. If this crust interrupts the interaction, it can cause huge steam explosions that can throw remains hundreds of feet. no air

The lava volume that now enters the sea is much higher than in previous rivers, says Babb and because the sea in this area is relatively shallow, lava is more likely to build on the surface and explode.

___

11:40 clock

The owner and captain of a boat hit by lava says he never saw the explosion that caused large pieces of hot stone to rain his boat to the Big Island.

Shane Turpin said on Monday that he and his party had spent 20 minutes 500 meters off the coast, without seeing large explosions from where Kilauea lava entered the ocean.

He says he directed his boat about 250 meters from the lava.

He says the explosion came from behind when the ship left the area. Officials say 23 people were injured, one in serious condition.

Turpin said he observed and documented volcano explosions, and there were no warnings about the explosion lava sent to his ship.

Turpin says that he has traveled for lava water boats for years and has been living on the Big Island since 1983.

Kilauea exploded for decades, but new leaks opened in May neighborhoods destroyed more than 700 homes as lava flowed into the ocean.

___

11:20

Hawaiian officials updated the number of injured people who, after an explosion, threw lava through the roof of a Big Island excursion boat. 23 were injured.

The Hawaiian Department of Fire Department said Monday that a 20-year-old woman was in a serious state with a broken thigh bone.

The ambulances took him and three others to the hospital after the ship returned to the coast. Nine people with superficial injuries took to the hospital and another ten passengers were treated in the port by superficial injuries.

The fire department says the lava left a great hole in the ceiling of a recreational boat, which causes visitors to see the molten rock flowing into the ocean.

___

10:40

Hawaiian officials said that a 20-year-old woman has a great respite after an explosion that caused lava to fly through the roof of a Big Island tour boat.

The State Department of Land and Natural Resources said that at least 13 people were injured on Monday. In addition to women, passengers suffered burns and scratches.

They were aboard an excursion boat, causing visitors to lava to dive into the ocean.

Officials warned against the danger of approaching lava, which penetrates the ocean, saying that the interaction can cause clouds of acidic and fine crystals.

Lava comes from the Kilauea volcano, which has been erupting from a rural residential area since the beginning of May. So far the only serious injury to a man hit by flying lava broke his leg.

___

At 10 in the morning.

Hawaiian officials say an explosion caused the lava to fly from the Big Island through the roof of a hiking boat, injuring at least 13 people.

The State Department of Land and Natural Resources said a passenger broke a leg on Monday and others were burned. It is said that the total extent of the injuries is not yet known.

People were aboard an excursion boat, causing visitors to lava to dive into the ocean. Several companies operate such tours.

Officials warned against the danger of approaching lava, which penetrates the ocean, saying that the interaction can cause clouds of acidic and fine crystals.

Lava comes from the Kilauea volcano, which has been erupting from a rural residential area since the beginning of May.

Officers interview wounded passengers in a hospital.

Leave a comment

Send a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.