Watch this awesome sight of a massive “firehose of lava” flowing from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano into the Pacific Ocean. The "waterfall" of lava, which began after several acres of land at the Kamokuna lava delta in Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park collapsed on 31 December 2016, created steamy and dangerous explosions as the hot lava interacts with the cool sea. Kīlauea is the most active volcano in Hawaii, and although it has been erupting since 1983, its lava only reaches the ocean every few years, making this a sight to behold.
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