Hawaii

82 homes have now been destroyed.
At least one man sustained a “serious” injury when a “lava bomb” hit his leg, according to officials.
'We may have additional larger, powerful events.'
The American Red Cross is operating shelters for evacuated residents while the county and Salvation Army provide food and supplies.
2,000 people have had to evacuate their homes as the progressive eruption shows "no sign of slowing down", according to authorities.
Officials can’t predict when the volcanic threat will die down.
Kilauea volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island has come alive with earthquakes and fresh lava flow.
Dramatic videos show lava and steam bursting through cracks in the Big Island's Puna district.