On the Big Island of Hawaii, where the Kilauea volcano erupted, local residents are being evacuated.
The flow of molten lava of about 100 meters in width is moving at the speed of 10-15 meters per hour, reports Russian Service of BBC.
Many homes and farms were in the flow path and were burned.
Now hot lava up to 900 degrees is moving to the village of Pahoa.
However, many residents do not want to leave their homes for the fear of robbers and looters.
It is to be recalled that September 27 in Japan the Ontake volcano began erupting. It killed 55 people.