KILAUEA ERUPTION LEFT BEHIND POISON CLOUD AND ACID RAIN DESTROYING THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS IN CROPS

Thousands of Hawaiians are still living in the ruins of Big Island - two weeks after Kilauea's eruption - wearing respirators to protect from smog, and bracing themselves for worse to come.

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