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>> A new fissure that opened up on Sunday night is spewing more lava flows and threatening homes near Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island. The Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency says, the flows have already destroyed at least 26 homes and forced 1,700 to evacuate since Kilauea erupted last Thursday.
The latest fissure sits 12 miles from the volcano. So far, no fatalities or major injuries have been reported, but authorities say that could change at a moment's notice. And with more lava and gas eruptions expected, authorities are taking no chances, and warning everyone to stay away.