Lava volcano Kilauea destroyed 350 houses and buildings on the Big Island

On the Big Island, Hawaii, the Kilauea volcano erupts. Streams of hot lava destroyed at least 350 houses and buildings.

The video, filmed on June 7 by the US Geological Survey, demonstrates how the rivers of hot lava flow to the Bay of Kapokho, famous for its sandy beaches. The thickness of dense volcanic mass in places reaches four and a half meters.

The zone of disaster left by now 10 thousand people. While specialists can not predict when the eruption will end.