NEW aerial video shows molten streams of lava from Hawaii's Mauna Loa volcano pooling on roads on Wednesday (November 30)
Mauna Loa, the worst largest active volcano began erupting on Sunday (November 27) for the first time since 1984, ending the longest quiet period in its recorded history. It previously erupted in March and April of 1984.
Hawaii officials say the 2022 eruption does not pose any threat to property, though unpleasant volcanic gases and fine ash may drift downslope.
Mauna Loa is the largest active volcano on the planet, rising some 13,679 feet (4,169 meters) above the Pacific Ocean and dominating the Island of Hawai'i, also known as the Big Island.
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