>> Hawaii officials closed part of Highway 132 Tuesday, as fast moving lava from Kilauea volcano crossed the main road, shooting dangerous volcanic glass fibers into the air. Flaming molten rock covered Pohoiki Road as it crept closer to the highway.>> We lost 132, and there's no power. Down to that area and that as explained to me it's gonna be an extended outage.
>> And it's all unfolding near a geothermal energy conversion plant. At leas 82 homes have been destroyed in the South Eastern corner of Big Island, and about 2,000 people have been ordered to evacuate. John Anastasiadis was helping his brother move out of Laylani Estates as homes were being swallowed by lava nearby.
>> You know it's kind of surreal. Whatever's gonna happen is gonna happen. He's next in line if it keeps moving this way. Kilauea has entered the fourth week of what may be an unprecedented, simultaneous eruption at it's summit crater. So far, no deaths and only one injury have been reported.
Authorities are warning residents to exercise caution as the eruption continues.