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>> New fissures continue to crack open around the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii's Big Island, releasing more deadly volcanic gases into the air. The volcano began erupting on May 3rd. Since then, 14 fissures have formed, 36 structures have been destroyed, and 1,700 people ordered to evacuate. The molten rock spewing from the fissures can reach temperatures of 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
>> And this is what's going on here.>> No deaths or major injuries have been reported, but with more quakes and eruptions in the forecast, officials warn there's an immediate danger perhaps for months to come.