Audrey Mcavoy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HONOLULU (AP)- Hawaii officials are warning residents of the Big Island that the world’s largest active volcano, Mauna Loa, is sending signals that it may erupt. Scientists say an eruption isn’t imminent, but they are on alert because of a recent spike in earthquakes at the volcano’s summit. Experts say it would take just a few hours for lava to reach homes closest to vents on the volcano, which last erupted in 1984. Hawaii’s civil defense agency is holding meetings across the island to educate residents about how to prepare for a possible emergency. They recommend having a ?go? bag with food, identifying a place to stay once they leave home and making a plan for reuniting with family members. “Not to panic everybody, but
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