No risk in Sonora due to the emission of sulfur dioxide from the Mauna Loa volcano in Hawaii, affirms state Civil Protection

Hermosillo, Sonora.- The State Coordination of Civil Protection of Sonora indicated that the emission of sulfur dioxide from the volcano Long Mountain in Hawaii does not represent any risk to the entity.

Experts point out that its emission is very low, so it is unlikely that this will have an impact on air quality, the agency specified, an explanation that was given after some publications made on social networks.


It is worth mentioning that Mauna Loa, the world’s largest active volcano, began spewing ash and debris a week ago in Hawaii on Sunday night.

This in the caldera at the summit of the volcano on the Big Island, after a series of intense earthquakes one after another, he said Ken Honthe scientist in charge of the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory.

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