Date of Kilauea's Most Destructive Eruption?

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Kilauea is the youngest volcanoes in Hawaii but it is one of the most active known for its destructive eruptions. The most destructive happened in 1983. It is called as the Pu'u O'o-Kupaianaha eruption. 
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