Lava. Earthquakes. Gas. Ash. Heavy rain. Lightning strikes.
The Puna district on the Big Island of Hawaii has been being dealing with one natural event after another throughout the month of May 2018. Here's a quick rundown of what they've been experiencing:
20 lava fissures opened in residential areas, destroying miles worth of land.
Over one thousand earthquakes, including a massive 6.9 magnitude that caused a micro tsunami.
Deadly levels of sulfur dioxide.
Volcanic ash that's contaminating water tanks.
To make matters worse, parts of that district are currently being blasted with heavy rain and lightning strikes.