Inside the Storm: Huge smoke plumes pouring out of the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii

Time-Lapse of the Kilauea blowing out huge plumes of multi-colored smoke at Volcano National Park. (Video courtesy: Brandon Clement/Live Storms Media)

The Kilauea volcano is still spewing smoke and lava on the Big Island of Hawaii leaving complete devastation in its path.

In recent years, the volcano has mostly released lava in hard-to-reach areas inside a national park or along the coastline, but last week, vents popped open and released lava, gas and steam inside residential neighborhoods forcing thousands to evacuate their homes.

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