One of the most active volcanic cones on Hawaii's Big Island has erupted yet again
Puu Oo, a volcanic cone in Mount Kilauea's eastern rift zone, has been actively erupting since January 3, 1983. Since that time, the lava has claimed over 200 buildings in nearby areas and covered nearly nine miles of highway along the southeast coast of the Island of Hawaii.
The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory said that this new activity from Puu Oo does not threaten any buildings.
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