Experts believe more lava outbreaks are likely to hit Hawaii's Big Island after dozens of overnight earthquakes. Scientists are warning about the threat of eruption's at the Kilauea summit crater that could hurl enormous rocks weighing as much as ten tons as far as half a mile. One scientist has said the boulders could be the size of cows, and those within a half-mile radius of the eruption site are in the most danger. Over two-thousand people have already been forced to evacuate. The last time an event of this magnitude happened was in 1924.
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