Deadly white clouds of acid and shards of glass emerged into the sky over Hawaii on Monday as lava from the Kilauea volcano flowed into the ocean.
The volcanic eruption has been going on for more than two weeks now.
Hawaii’s Civil Defense agency warned motorists, boaters and beachgoers to beware of toxic clouds of “laze,” which is a combination of “lava” and “haze.”
The clouds formed as two streams of hot lava poured into sea water.
The plumes can be fatal if inhaled.
Since starting on May 3, the eruption has no signs of stopping.
Two thousand people have been ordered from their homes due to lava flows and toxic sulfur dioxide gas.
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