Hawaii's Kilauea volcano has been erupting explosively for almost three months, causing widespread devastation across Big Island.
Kilauea continues to spew lava across the Hawaiian island’s landscape, nearly three months on from its initial eruption.
Lava has also triggered dangerous brushfires, close to the explosive fissure 8.
Several houses have been reportedly consumed by flames in the bushfires, as firefighters have “no way” to properly tackle the blaze according to one resident.
A statement from the County of Hawaii told of how the Hawaii Fire Department are monitoring the fires close to Noni Farms Road on the south side of the lava flow.