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Boulders as big as refrigerators could be tossed a half-mile, and ash plumes could soar as high as 20,000 feet spread over a 12-mile area, according to Hawaii Civil Defense
Following the Kilauea's volcano eruption (in May 3rd) events, another threat has been added for the residents of Big Island in Hawaii.
Blue flames from fissures in the ground appear in Hawaii's mount Kilauea threatening new residential buildings.
Mount Etna, the most active volcano of Europe, erupted on Christmas Eve, causing numerous earthquakes and closing the airport of Catania.
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