In this photo provided by the U.S. Geological Survey, red ash rises from the Puu Oo vent on Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano after a magnitude-5.0 earthquake struck the Big Island, Thursday, May 3, 2018 in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. The temblor Thursday is the latest and largest in a series of hundreds of small earthquakes to shake the island's active volcano since the Puu Oo vent crater floor collapsed and caused magma to rush into new underground chambers on Monday. Scientists say a new eruption in the region is possible.Kevan Kamibayashi/US Geological Survey
Hawaii's Kilauea volcano has erupted from its summit and sent an ash plume thousands of feet into the sky.
The volcano has been very active for around a week, and has continued to spew out lava, molten rock, and ash since then.More follows.