Hawaii man dies after falling into lava tube on his property Thursday, 7 November 2019
Authorities in Hawaii were investigating the death of a man who apparently died after falling through soft ground into a cave-like lava tube in Hilo.
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A man in Hilo, Hawaii reportedly died after falling into a lava tube on his own property.

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