‘Bomba de lava’ deja varios heridos en Hawái El Siglo de Torreón

‘Bomba de lava’ deja varios heridos en Hawái. Noticias en tiempo real 17 de Julio, 2018 08:51

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Una embarcación turística en Hawái fue alcanzada por una ‘bomba de lava’ el lunes pasado.
El accidente resultó en al menos 23 heridos, según informan los medios locales, luego que la lava atravesara el techo de la cabina de pasajeros del bote de la empresa Lava Boat Tours.

El Departamento de Tierras y Recursos Naturales de Hawái señaló que una persona sufrió una fractura de pierna y otros más resultaron con quemaduras, según informa la agencia de noticias Associated Press.
Las autoridades están advirtiendo sobre los riesgos como este a las compañías turísticas que están llevando a las personas a ver en el mar los depósitos de lava que se están formando tras la erupción desde mayo pasado del volcán Kilauea.
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#LeilaniEstatesEruption #KilaueaVolcano UPDATE (July 16 at 9 AM): Unbelievable footage from @IkaikaMarzo's crew on board the @KalapanaCulturalTours lava boat captures the lava explosion that sent lava bombs (lava rock and debris) flying into the air, which landed on a tour boat that was operated by Shane Turpin. The Hawai?i County Fire Department has just confirmed 12 passengers were injured. We are told three people were taken by ambulance to Hilo Medical Center. Two passengers (no details on gender or age) were in stable condition. One, a woman in her 20s, is in serious condition with a fractured femur. The remaining 9 passengers drove themselves to the hospital, and the Fire Department reported their injuries were not as serious. Hawai?i County Fire officials say a lava bomb punctured the roof of the boat, leaving a large hole. One of the railings of the boat was also damaged. The lava tour boat returned to Wailoa Harbor in Hilo and docked near Suisan around 7 AM. #HawaiiNewsNow has learned that the state Department of Land and Natural Resources is taking the lead on this investigation, which will involve the U.S. Coast Guard as well as the county. It's unclear how close Turpin's tour boat was to the Kapoho lava ocean entry when the explosion happened, but eyewitnesses report the boat appeared to be "very close". On July 11, the Coast Guard changed their mandatory safety perimeter zone around ocean entries (Kapoho and Kalea) from 100 meters to 50 meters for licensed lava tour boat operators. I spoke with #IkaikaMarzo, who says he was consulted about the change, but disagreed with it — saying he believed it was unnecessarily close. All other mariners, without explicit written permission from the Captain of the Port of Honolulu, are required to observe a mandatory 300 meter safety zone around all active lava entry point. Stay tuned to @HawaiiNewsNow for the very latest developments! As soon as I have more information, I’ll update you. #HInews #HawaiiNews #HNN #WeAreYourSource (Images courtesy @IkaikaMarzo) Una publicación compartida por Mileka Lincoln (@milekalincoln) el 16 de Jul de 2018 a las 12:09 PDT

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