Hawaii's volcano eruption is spewing hot lava from more fissures as activity spreads across Big Island.
Kilauea volcano's wrath continues to threaten locals on the Big Island as a number of fissures burst into life over the last 24 hours.
Plumes of toxic smoke are expected to spread to the west of the island over the weekend.
The Hawaii Fire Department were also called at 12.15pm local time, after high levels of heat in the region sparked a raging bush fire near Puuanahulu, causing Highway 190 to remain closed.
Highway 190 was closed for a few hours although the road is now open for vehicles, but officials warned locals to take caution.