“Ballistic blocks”, smaller rocks and ash shot from the Kilauea volcano hundreds of metres away are seen at the Halema'uma'u car park in Hawaii. Photo: Reuters “Ballistic blocks”, smaller rocks and ash shot from the Kilauea volcano hundreds of metres away are seen at the Halema'uma'u car park in Hawaii. Photo: Reuters
“Ballistic blocks”, smaller rocks and ash shot from the Kilauea volcano hundreds of metres away are seen at the Halema'uma'u car park in Hawaii. Photo: Reuters
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‘Ballistic blocks’ are hurled from Hawaii volcano, marking possible onset of explosive eruptions

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“Ballistic blocks”, smaller rocks and ash shot from the Kilauea volcano hundreds of metres away are seen at the Halema'uma'u car park in Hawaii. Photo: Reuters “Ballistic blocks”, smaller rocks and ash shot from the Kilauea volcano hundreds of metres away are seen at the Halema'uma'u car park in Hawaii. Photo: Reuters
“Ballistic blocks”, smaller rocks and ash shot from the Kilauea volcano hundreds of metres away are seen at the Halema'uma'u car park in Hawaii. Photo: Reuters
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