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>> The angry Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's big island spewing fountains of red hot lava Tuesday, five days after it's first eruption. 12 boiling volcanic vents have opened up across the island, giving way to rivers of heavy lava that have pulled down power lines, smoldered trees and destroyed homes.
>> I counted off 10 cracks->> On Tuesday, Hawaii's national guard took reporters on a tour of the disaster zone, Terray Sylvester was there for Reuters. This morning I also saw two lava deposits lying across streets in the Leilani Estates neighborhood. And it's cool out so you could see heat waves radiating off of these six to eight foot tall piles of black newly formed rock which are now an impassable barrier across some of the roads in Leilani Estates.
>> The lava has taken over once serene and lush neighborhoods so far destroying dozens of homes. Emergency crews are poised to evacuate even more people on Tuesday. Many have taken shelter at local churches and red cross centers across the island.>> I've lived here a long time, and I've seen what the lava does.
>> On Tuesday, the Federal Emergency Management Agency sent a team to Hawaii but has not yet declared an emergency. No deaths or major injuries have been reported.