Earthquake cracks highway as Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano continues to spew ash


A magnitude 4.2 earthquake shook Hawaii's Big Island on Wednesday morning, while a smaller quake centered near Kilauea volcano three hours later caused noticeable damage to buildings in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and a web of cracks and uneven road surfaces along Highway 11.

The National Park Service, which has jurisdiction of the highway between mile markers 28 and 38.5, did not close the highway, but cautioned motorists to slow down and use caution between mile markers 28 and 29, where the…

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