A blazing fire destroyed half of a duplex in Kaneohe.
Neighbors caught it all on video that shows just how intense the smoke and flames were.
Fire officials say two people were home when part of the duplex began to go up in flames. They were in the front part of the duplex.
Officials say the fire began in the back unit.
Fire crews received the call at around 5:45 p.m.
30 fire fighters fought the flames.
The two adults escaped uninjured.
Officials say a family of four lives in the back unit of the duplex where the fire started, but were not home at the time.
One neighbor said he felt the heat of the fire from his lanai.
"Other people were taking their hoses and shooting their houses in the back and it was pretty intense in the back. I didn't get much on my side because I know they were getting all the smoke. It was pretty dense," said Gary Yamagata, a neighbor.
"A female in the front of the house was asleep. She awoke from the smoke and was able to self-extricate," said Damien Kahaulelio, Honolulu Fire Department Battalion Chief
Firefighters extinguished the flames in about an hour.
No other homes were damaged.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
The damage is estimated at $350,000 dollars. Both families are being helped by the American Red Cross.
No one was hurt.