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Silhouetted in the eerie glow of the red-hot lava, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park visitors Chris Van Heyst, left, Graham Penner and Andrew Yankiwsky watched lava flows cascade into the ocean from the edge of a seaside cliff. Recent flows have crossed Chain of Craters Road on their way to the ocean and lava can be seen oozing out of cracks and pouring over the cliffs.
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