Threat Level Raised as Lava Approaches Hawaii Homes

Video shows the lava spreading through a forest, creating thick plumes of smoke.
0:30 | 09/05/14

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Transcript for Threat Level Raised as Lava Approaches Hawaii Homes
And we begin with the state of emergency declared in Hawaii on the big island momma from the killer whale volcano is creeping toward a world community. At a rate of 800 feet per day and is now within a mile of reaching about forty homes. Dean molten rock blazing a path of damage through a forest -- -- cut off a major road. No mandatory evacuations have been ordered and yet but officials still are hoping that that lava could take a different path.

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