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Crash in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park leaves one dead

National Park Service rangers are seeking witnesses to a fatal two-vehicle accident that occurred on Highway 11 at the Namakanipaio Campground intersection in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on Saturday afternoon. 169 more words


Hot-foot it with Pele at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

With all the possible ways for tourists to become injured or worse, you have to applaud rangers at the Big Island’s Hawaii Volcanoes National Park for keeping the gates open. 358 more words

New coastal lava viewing area opens at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Park rangers opened a newly established lava viewing area at the Kamokuna ocean entry in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Tuesday, following a two-day closure caused by a large lava delta collapse on New Year’s Eve. 437 more words


Growth in the lava

In May of 1969, a series of earthquakes opened a large fissure alongside Chain of Craters Road in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. This was the beginning of what is known as the Mauna Ulu eruption. 152 more words

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Lava flow viewing area collapses into ocean

Park rangers say a group of visitors had a close brush with death over the holiday weekend after ignoring warning signs and ducking under ropes on the coastal cliffs of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. 409 more words


Volcanoes park rangers urge patience to holiday visitors

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park visitation surges during the holiday travel season and this week is no exception with parking lots at popular destinations like Nahuku (Thurston Lava Tube), Jaggar Museum and Kilauea Visitor Center at capacity. 453 more words