Hawaiian Volcano Observatory explains lava fountains at Kilauea

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - We keep showing you those amazing pictures of the action of Kilauea. Lava fountains are reaching 100 feet high and it all started with a fissure, or a crack in the ground. Jim Kauahikaua is the scientist in charge at the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory. He joined us by phone to explain what's happening.

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