National park reopens in Hawaii

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on Hawaii's Big Island has reopened, two days after it was closed because of elevated sulfur dioxide levels emanating from the Kilauea volcano.

Noxious gas continued to rise from Halemaumau Crater, where an explosion on April 9 blasted rocks into the air. But the return of northeasterly trade winds pushed the sulfur dioxide away from visitor areas, according to park officials.

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