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PHOTOS: Lava moves through Pahoa
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The June 27th lava flow encroached on more land near homes in Pahoa. It came down to hand-to-hand combat with Madame Pele for some residents.
Local media, national press and now onlookers are all descending on sleepy Pahoa town in hopes of catching a view of the lava flow.
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