—INVOLCAN (@involcan) October 14, 2021 A Canary Islands Volcanology Institute spokesperson said the latest eruption had caused a “lava tsunami,” which they caught on camera on Friday.
The Cumbre Vieja volcano spews lava as it continues to erupt on the Canary Island of La Palma, as seen from Tajuya, Spain, October 17, 2021 A 4.5 magnitude earthquake on October 14 caused a new river of lava to gush from the volcano.
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REUTERS/Susana Vera A spectacular “tsunami of lava” is pouring from the Cumbre Vieja volcano La Palma, the Canary Islands, which has forced another 300 people to evacuate their homes, say reports.
Smoke plume from the eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano on 14 October 2021 in Los Llanos de Ariadne, La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain. Europa Press via Getty Images The eruption began on September 19, and more than 7000 people have had to abandon their homes. There have been no casualties.
The 4.5 magnitude quake was the strongest to hit the island out of 100 that occurred in 24 hours, according to Reuters. The video shows magma – which sits at temperatures around 1075 Celcius – with high viscosity rolling into La Palma, where over 7.36 square kilometers have been submerged by the lava, according to the EU Copernicus Emergency Management Service.
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