U.S. Geological Survey officials have lowered the alert level for a Hawaii volcano
The eruption began last week in Kilauea volcano’s Halemaumau crater at the summit on the Big Island.
But over the past several days, a thick layer of molten lava has accumulated at the base of the crater, lessening fears that it could spread.
Observatory officials on Monday afternoon lowered the alert level to “watch” and the aviation code to orange,…
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