The volcano 'Code Red' in Hawaii

A plume of volcanic ash lingered over the Kilauea volcano Wednesday, prompting more warnings for pilots to avoid the mountain a day after it spewed ash 12,000 feet into the air, scientists said.
0:51 | 05/16/18

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A new cold red declared in Hawaii tonight authorities issuing the alert because of that giant ash cloud we showed you last night rising 121000 feet into the air. Potential danger not only to residents but now they see aviation airplanes in the region. New images coming in of the massive cracks in the earth releasing lava and toxic gas. ABC's Matt coven flying over the scene a short time ago filing this report for us. David you can see that might have pictures of all of them appear to be active today. Oh wait that smokes mean actions over dial united air bag you can spell it right now but while the debt rating above it. About him well that was a beehive it's.

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