18 lava outbreaks, a jungle ablaze and a Hawaii volcano still poised to explode | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


18 lava outbreaks, a jungle ablaze and a Hawaii volcano still poised to explode

Frustration, anxiety and unpredictable 2,000-degree lava are taking their toll on volcano evacuees on Hawaii’s Big Island while they await an “imminent” eruption that could rain down car-size boulders and ash onto this tropical paradise.

About 1,700 people have been barred from their homes for 10 days as the Kilauea volcano pours lava through a rural neighborhood about 35 miles from Hilo, the island’s largest city.

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