Lava from the Mauna Loa volcano eruption in Hawaii had crossed the Old Kona Highway and neared the Daniel K Inouye Highway northeast of the mountain on Wednesday, November 30.
Footage from the Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources shows lava flows running down the side of Mauna Loa and crossing a road.
Local media reported that the lava flow crossed the Old Kona Highway on Tuesday night.
The USGS said the lava flow from the eruption was 3.6 miles from the Daniel K Inouye Highway. The road, also known as Saddle Road, is located northeast of Old Kona Highway. Credit: Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources via Storyful