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Big Island, Hawaii, April 21, 2008Smoke and ash pour from the main crater of Kilauea volcano.

Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park was closed for the second time in a month because of high levels of sulfur dioxide emanating from Kilauea.

''When you step outside, definitely your eyes tear, you have that feeling that you'd like to cough or clear your throat," park spokesperson Mardie Lane told the Associated Press.

See related story and more Kilauea volcano photos.

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