According to the latest news from the News Agency, according to monitoring findings, another "big eruption" occurred in Tonga's submarine volcano. (Overseas Network)
The recent situation of Tonga, an island country in the South Pacific, has attracted worldwide attention.
According to news from Xinhua News Agency on January 16, after the Hongahaapay Island submarine volcano in the South Pacific island country Tonga erupted on January 14, a violent eruption occurred again on the 15th, and a tsunami was observed in the capital Nuku'alofa. There are currently no reports of casualties or property damage.
According to local media reports, the submarine volcano of Hongahaapai Island, located about 65 kilometers north of Nuku'alofa, had its second violent eruption on the afternoon of the 15th. The volcanic ash column was about 5 kilometers in diameter and 20 kilometers high, shrouded in over the volcano. As of the night of the 15th, the volcanic ash was still falling, and the local communication network was disrupted.