Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano is causing earthquakes after shooting out 'ballistic blocks' three times larger than bowling ballsGet the Full StoryMario Tama Getty Images
Kilauea Volcano has been causing earthquakes of up to a 4.4 magnitude on Wednesday.
Residents have reported ground shaking, damage to buildings, and cracks emerging in roads.
One crater began shooting out "ballistic blocks" up to 24 inches 60cm , and explosions could become more powerful.
Kilauea Volcano began causing earthquakes on Wednesday afternoon, after morning explosions of "ballistic blocks" three times larger than bowling balls.
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