Northern Illinois University Geology Professor Paul Stoddard: The island grows and grows and grows after eruption after eruption

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This satellite image provided by Digital Globe captured June 3, 2018, shows advancing lava flows as they approach Kapoho Bay in Hawaii. Lava from the Kilauea volcano destroyed hundreds of homes in a mostly rural area on the Big Island of Hawaii overnight. It's the largest number of destroyed homes since the eruption began last month. A spokeswoman for Hawaii County says an exact count of destroyed homes has yet to be determined. (Satellite Image ©2018 DigitalGlobe, a Maxar company via AP)

Northern Illinois University Geology Professor Paul Stoddard joins John to give an update on the massive destruction a volcanic eruption in Hawaii has inflicted.

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