Hawaii's two largest volcanoes are erupting simultaneously for the first time since 1984, CBS News reported.
The first to erupt was Mauna Loa, the world's largest active volcano, later joined by Kilauea. Kilauea volcano is smaller but more active than Mauna Loa. It has been erupting since 1983, and in 2018 its lava destroyed hundreds of homes on the island, the TV station reported.
Specialists at the Hawaii Observatory closely monitor eruptions and lava movement. That said, the national park remains open to visitors.