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>> Hundreds of homes devoured by lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano after rivers of molten rock reached two sea side communities. Kapoho Bay and Vacation Land, the two scenic communities, where officials say nearly 280 homes once stood, wiped out, bringing the number of buildings destroyed by Kilauea to at least 400.
>> Lava has moved into Kapoho Bay, begin to fill in, it's I think extended out about seven-tenths of a mile.>> While most of the volcano's vents have gone quiet over the past two weeks fishery is still active, blasting lava is highest 260 feet.
sidents evacuated from the ocean front communities last week, just hours before lava cut off all escape routes.
>> Lights flashing, sirens on, and saying everybody evacuate, the lava is gonna be up four corners.>> Most residents heated the call and so far, no injuries have been reported but the place they called home is now buried. As of Monday, lava had to covered nearly eight square miles on the Big Island equal to about 3,900 football fields.