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Hurricane Hector Intensifies Heads Towards Hawaii
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7 Aug 2018 01:38 AM EST

(Reuters) - Hurricane Hector regained strength in the eastern Pacific late on Sunday and swelled into a Category 4 storm again with sustained 140 mph winds as it stayed on target to possibly hit Hawaii by midweek, officials said. Lava has been spewing from vents on its eastern flank since May 3 and its summit crater is collapsing. The National Hurricane Center put Hector about 1,130 miles southeast of Hawaii’s Big Island and its hurricane force winds stretched 30 miles out from its center with tropical force winds of 74 mph extending out 105 miles, the NHC said.

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