Spain Canary Islands Regional Director does not believe the eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano will end any time soon – HS shows the eruption live

The eruption now continues for the fourth week.

Canary There is no end to the volcanic eruption in La Palma, which has caused chaos for almost a month, said the regional director of the Canary Islands. Ángel Víctor Torres on Sunday, according to Reuters.

“There are no signs that the eruption is coming to an end soon, although this is everyone’s greatest wish,” Torres said at a meeting of the Socialist Party in Valencia, referring to the views of scholars.

HS shows the eruption straight in this story.

According to the Spanish National Institute of Geography, 42 earthquakes were measured on the island of La Palma on Sunday.

Cumbre Viejan the eruption now continues for the fourth week. The volcano erupted for the first time on 19 September.

In a photo taken on Sunday, lava pulps from the Cumbre Vieja volcano.

Scientists will follow the development of the lava flow of the volcanic eruption on Saturday in the picture of the Spanish Army Emergency Unit (UME).

Since the first eruption, lava flows have covered more than 742 hectares of land and destroyed nearly 2,000 buildings on the island.

About 7,000 people have been evacuated from their homes. About 83,000 people live on the island.

According to airport operator Aena, on Sunday all flights to and from the island were canceled due to the ash caused by the eruption. However, La Palma airport will remain open, Reuters reports.


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