Volcano erupts in United States for first time since 2018


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HAWAII – The National Weather Service has warned people across the area to stay indoors after the Kilauea volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island erupted.  

The eruption is not expected to significantly damage buildings or structures across the area, but the National Weather Service has issued a falling ash advisory to residents.

The U.S. Geological Survey reported the eruption this morning after a 4.4 earthquake hit the area. 

The volcano is within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and last erupted in 2018.


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