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Hawaii eruption not dangerous but offers spectacular sight

 By Audrey Mcavoy And Jennifer Sinco Kelleher THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HONOLULU (AP)-Lava from Kilauea spurted high into the air and spread out across about 300 acres (120 hectares) of the Hawaii volcano’s summit crater floor, creating a spectacular sight as the mountain began erupting again after a f few weeks’ hiatus. Jillian Marohnic said the pool of lava that formed inside Halemaumau Crater was “the most beautiful” she had ever seen in her 25 years of watching the volcano. “The lake was so high. And so full. It’s sparkling,” said Marohnic, who operates the Volcano Hideaways vacation rental business with her husband in the nearby village of Volcano. “The surface of the lake looks like stained glass,” she said. Kilauea is one of the world’s most active volcanoes. This latest

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