Lava and ash spew from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano - Daily Mail
Before and after satellite images have captured the devastation caused by Hawaii's erupting Kilauea volcano - as residents start leaving out bottles of liquor to placate the Hawaiian Goddess of Fire. The images show just how destructive the lava flow has been on Leilani Estates, the residential neighborhood on Hawaii's Big Island, which was evacuated last month given its proximity to the epicenter of the volcano. Dozens of homes have been destroyed since eruptions began 10 days ago and officials have ordered the evacuations of nearly 2,000 residents in the region. As of Tuesday, 19 separate fissures had opened up in or near the neighborhood. Residents put out bottles of alcohol on Tuesday as offerings to the Pele, the Hawaiian Goddess of Fire.
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