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>> Hawaii's big island remains on high alert Saturday after the Kilauea volcano spewed lava into residential areas forcing hundreds to evacuate.>> Activity continues, doesn't look like it's slowing down.>> Adding to the chaos, the island was hit by a series of earthquakes on Friday including a powerful 6.2 magnitude tremor.
>> This isn't stopping.>> Locals posting videos like this one of the quake shaking their homes.>> Come here son, come here son, my god guys.>> This week's increased seismic activity created seven new cracks in the earth with lava flowing through some at over 2000 degrees Farenheit, taking over neighborhoods where some 1700 people have already been evacuated.
>> You can feel the heat coming from the ground.>> The state's emergency crews also cautioning senior citizens and kids to take extra precautions against high levels of sulfuric gas reported in some areas. The volcanic activity could also be seen from space, the bright spots in this satellite image show lava from Thursday's initial eruption on the east side of the big island.
While officials warned that seismic activity may continue for days, so far no injuries or deaths have been reported.