Lava Edges Closer To Hawaii Town The Kilauea volcano in Hawaii has been erupting continuously since 1983. Two years ago, the lava flow changed direction and now its path is about 600 yards from a main road in the town of Pahoa.
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Lava Edges Closer To Hawaii Town

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Lava Edges Closer To Hawaii Town

Lava Edges Closer To Hawaii Town

Lava Edges Closer To Hawaii Town

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The Kilauea volcano in Hawaii has been erupting continuously since 1983. Two years ago, the lava flow changed direction and now its path is about 600 yards from a main road in the town of Pahoa. Melissa Block talks to Tiffany Edwards, co-owner of Jeff Hunt Surfboards, about how residents are reacting.