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Molten lava from Hawaii volcano crosses onto residential property

Reuters reports - A menacing river of molten lava that bubbled over a road and overran a cemetery on its path toward a village on Hawaii's Big Island crossed onto a residential property on Tuesday and threatened to consume its first home, officials said.

The slow-moving lava from the continuously erupting Kilauea volcano has been advancing on the town of Pahoa for weeks, with officials warning it is hot enough to incinerate any homes, roads and businesses in its path.

Molten lava is hotter than 1,650 degrees F (900 C), according to the U.S. Geological Survey....   Read the full story

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