Geologists expect that the volcano of Kilauea soon will happen eruption with the explosion

In the coming weeks in Hawaii, can occur another eruption of Kilauea volcano, which will be accompanied by explosions. In the result the stones and the ashes will scatter for miles.

After the eruption of Kilauea on may 3, dozens of homes were destroyed, 2 million people were evacuated, and the air was filled with dangerous sulfur dioxide gas. But geologists believe that the end is not yet.

According to a study by the USGS (United States Geological SurveyUSGS), if the lava pillar will fall to the level of groundwater beneath Kilauea, the flow of water can cause steam explosions.

Stunning footage shows falling rocks agitating a lava lake of Kilauea, the volcano on Monday night, accordingly to the United States Geological Survey. The USGS has recorded 1,301 earthquakes on the Island of Hawaii in the last week, as the Kilauea volcano continues to erupt

— TIME (@TIME) May 8, 2018

«On the stunning footage captured by flying stones, raised lava lake of Kilauea volcano on Monday night, according to the U.S. Geological survey. Last week, the USGS has recorded 1 301 earthquake in Hawaii as the Kilauea volcano continues to erupt».

After a short pause in volcanic activity on the evening of 7 may and the morning of may 8 in Leilani Estates opened 2 new cracks, of which erupt lava and dangerous pair. Residents of the neighborhood had to urgently evacuate. At the moment there are a total of about 14 cracks.

At least 26 homes were destroyed and 36 buildings have disappeared from the face of the earth. Emergency services allow a resident of Leilani Estates to look after their property from 7 am to 6 PM.

Governor of Hawaii David IgE spoke about the visit to the island shortly after the eruption.

«I met many people, frightened and deeply concerned about the fact that they have lost everything earned in his life — said Yoke. — I heard from people that they already lost the house. My heart is with these families.»

On Friday, may 5, on the South side of the volcano occurred an earthquake of magnitude 6.9 points, according to the USGS. This is the most powerful earthquakerecorded on the island from November 29, 1975.

WATCH: Video shows lava from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano tearing through a neighborhood, consuming everything in its path, from an iron fence to a Ford Mustang.

— CBS News (@CBSNews) May 7, 2018