Janine Krippner

Volcanologist, Concord University

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On Sunday, lava from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano crossed a highway and emptied into the ocean. It’s quite a sight to behold: massive dark clouds billowing into the air.

Hawaii volcano spews lava into the ocean, creating tiny shards of glass in the air

On Sunday, lava from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano crossed a highway and emptied into the ocean. It’s quite a sight to behold: massive dark clouds billowing into the air.

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