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Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano erupts again after a month’s lull as alert level raised to ‘red’

Hawaiian Volcano Observatory detects glow in webcam images indicating start of eruption

Hawaii‘s Kilauea volcano began erupting on Thursday after a nearly month-long lull in volcanic activity.

The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory detected a glow in webcam images indicating the volcano has begun erupting inside Halemaumau crater at the summit caldera. The eruption began at 4.30pm local time, it said….

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