Hawaii, the heated lava continues to spread, evacuation is being prepared
Hawaii officials have warned residents that the lava, which is rapidly moving, is approaching houses that were recently destroyed by eruptions from the Hawaiian volcano Kilauea.
The Hawaiian civil defense service said police, firefighters and National Guard troops secured the Grand Island zone and prevented people from entering it.
At the same time, local authorities are urging residents to prepare for potential evacuation.
Otherwise, it is uncertain when the volcano will calm down.
The volcano on the Great Island exploded on Thursday, throwing ash and stones several hundred meters in height.
According to scientists, it was the strongest eruption, although it lasted only a few minutes, and it happened two weeks after the volcano began to throw a lava to the settlements, 40km east of the crater.