Hawaii lava flow destroys 12 more homes as Kilauea volcano continues exploding | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Hawaii lava flow destroys 12 more homes as Kilauea volcano continues exploding

A fast-moving lava flow appears to have destroyed at least 12 more homes on Hawaii’s Big Island as lava fountains blast more than 200 feet into the air, authorities said.

The flow near the Leilani Estates neighborhood about 35 miles from Hilo had already destroyed at least 82 structures, including 41 homes, since it began early this month, and at least a dozen more are believed to have been destroyed Sunday and Monday night, authorities confirmed Tuesday.

They were still awaiting official confirmation because the area is so dangerous. The flow also appeared to have cut off access to a geothermal electricity plant, which has been evacuated.

Petra Wiesenbauer is among those who lost homes late Sunday and early Monday.

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