Structures destroyed: 82

Pahoehoe lava flows onto Kaupili Street in the Leilani Estates area near Pahoa early Friday morning. (U.S. Geological Survey/via AP)

U.S. Marine Corps pilot Maj. David Bachta kneels Friday next to one of the two CH-53 Sea Stallions parked at Hilo International Airport. The Sea Stallions will be placed into service if lava covers the main roads in lower Puna and evacuations are needed. (TIM WRIGHT/Special to the Tribune-Herald)

HILO — A total of 82 structures were confirmed destroyed by the Kilauea eruption since May 3, while 37 additional structures were inaccessible due to lava as of Friday.