Man badly injured after falling about 70 feet into Kilauea caldera

The active Army soldier landed on a narrow ledge of the crater, near the steam vents, after he crossed over a guard rail, authorities said.
0:14 | 05/03/19

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The volcano rescue on the big island of Hawaii and active army soldier was badly injured falling about seventy feet into the kill away a call there. Landing on a narrow ledge of the steam vents rescue teams repelling down to him they have not released to name he's okay stories believe he crossed a guardrail.

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