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Toxic gases add to hazards near Hawaii's erupting Kilauea volcano

Reuters Tuesday, 15 May 2018
PAHOA, Hawaii (Reuters) - Toxic gas emanating from steaming gashes on the flank of Hawaii's erupting Kilauea volcano on Tuesday added to the danger facing residents, whose escape routes are threatened with closure because of lava flows, officials said.
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A day after a big eruption on Thursday morning, large amounts of lava are still spewing out of Hawaii's Kilauea volcano. Emergency authorities on the island said lava flows and several fissures started pushing out lava around the volcano site on the east of Hawaii's Big Island. The lava was seen by...

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