Saturday, May 26, 2018
As lava destroys Hawaii homes, owners ask: Am I covered?
HONOLULU (AP) — Patricia Deter moved from Oregon to Hawaii to be closer to her two daughters, but the Kilauea volcano burned down her home only a month after she bought it.
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