View From the Sky: See the Hawaiian Lava Flow

Rob Marciano rides in a helicopter to get a birds-eye-view as lava threatens a small town.
1:05 | 10/29/14

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I felt the big island of Hawaii you can see see how dynamic the Hawaiian island chain is every single one of these ballots field. Fired back but that has risen to the surface. Only shield volcanoes. They've done the job and a pillow and a most active volcano. In the world. This particular eruption is better I think since 1983. This wall. Back to June and by alliance standards. It is. Back. It's never like fifty miles or months and that obviously is serving. But they were getting some rain your dealer always the whether most violent horrible weather site itself. We get rain and seemingly every day they average about half an inch of rain pockets but I think I'll. First day. Jake is pretty quickly so we're all pretty get a decent shot of what we're looking at the lava. Where it has been and where it's going to close importantly in the hopes that its threat.

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