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Army Soldier Falls Into Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano After Straining For Better View

A soldier visiting the active volcano on the Big Island wanted a better view, so he hopped a guard rail and fell in. Airlifted out of the crater, he is in stable condition.

A 32-year-old soldier, straining to get a better view of the inside of Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano, was seriously injured after he fell from a 300-foot high

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