“Live Blog: Mauna Loa’s Fissure no. 3 stops feeding lava flow near highway.”
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The flow front of Fissure No. 3 has stalled and remains at 1.7 miles from Daniel K. Inouye Highway, Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency officials said. Read more
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