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  • LIVE: Building-sized lava blocks fall from volcano on Spains island La Palma

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    Blocks of molten lava as large as three-story buildings rolled down a hillside on the Spanish island of La Palma on Sunday while a series of tremors shook the ground three weeks after the volcano erupted.

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  • La Palma volcano: Residents lament losses as lava engulfs more homes

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    Residents of Spain's La Palma island lamented the losses they had suffered from the volcano, with red-hot lava once again consuming more homes and buildings Saturday.

    One man, Jose Roberto Sanchez, said he had lost his parents' land in Todoque to the molten rock. The memories of my parents, the inheritance I had there, it's all gone, he told journalists.

    Clara Maria nearly lost her home in Todoque, saying the lava had not reached it yet and she was hopeful it would be saved.

    The volcano has destroyed nearly 1,150 buildings and engulfed about 480 hectares of land since it began erupting Sept. 19. La Palma authorities are continuing to urge calm, despite the spread of the lava.

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  • La Palma volcano: Drone video shows 2nd lava stream engulfing plantations on way to sea

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    New drone footage showed a secondary lava stream from the erupting Cumbre Vieja volcano engulfing greenhouses and plantations on the island of La Palma, Spain as it heads for the sea.

    The lava stream, which got separated from the main one which has already reached the sea, is due to touch the Atlantic ocean entering between the beaches of Los Guirres and El Charcon.

    La Palma's volcano erupted for the twentieth day on Friday, laying waste to hundreds of buildings and farms, and forcing the evacuation of thousands.

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  • Lava Continues to Flow From La Palma Volcano

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    Oct.13 -- Hundreds of people in Spain's Canary Islands feared for their homes and property Wednesday as a new river of lava from an erupting volcano threatened another neighborhood on the island of La Palma. Thousands of people have already been evacuated. The volcano first started erupting 24 days ago.

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  • La Palma volcano: Lava engulfs cement factory forcing new lockdowns

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    Authorities in La Palma, Spain announced Monday new lockdowns were being put in place as lava from the Cumbre Vieja volcano engulfed a cement factory, among other buildings, creating a huge cloud of smoke.

    Officials said they would analyze air quality to monitor if it's dangerous for the population, with Miguel Angel Morcuende of the Pevolca response committee saying it was preferred to lockdown to avoid any health problems.

    The committee also said it was monitoring a new flow of lava that is 300 metres away from the ocean.

    The Spanish Institute of Geology and Mining also shot video on Saturday of massive blocks of lava flowing down the hillside, with some the size of three-storey buildings.

    The volcano has destroyed nearly 1,200 buildings and forced the evacuation of about 6,000 people since it started erupting Sept. 19.

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  • La Palma volcano: Lava continues to pour from mountain as smoke spews into air

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    The volcano in La Palma, Spain continued to erupt on Sunday, threatening buildings and farms and keeping the island's airport closed once again.

    Lava consumed more homes early Saturday, with Reuters footage showing plumes of fire and smoke billowing from at least one building, while another was seen in the middle of lava.

    Since beginning to erupt Sept. 19, nearly 1,150 buildings and surrounding land have been destroyed.

    On Friday, seismic activity increased on the island, both in the number of earthquakes and their magnitude, according to Spain's seismic institution.

    Spain's air traffic operator AENA said on Friday La Palma airport remained shut down because of ash accumulations.

    Volcano response committee PEVOLCA said on Thursday the air quality in the island had worsened due to changing weather conditions, forcing to close La Palma airport.

    Ash cloud disrupted air traffic on the neighbouring island of Tenerife, airport operator Aena said on Friday, a day after it closed the La Palma airport.

    Tenerife's northern airport remains open and planes can safely land and take off, but several flights were cancelled or diverted to the island's southern terminal, an Aena spokesperson told Reuters.

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  • Terrible Explosion La Palma: Large blocks of lava flow down as tremors shake villages

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    Blocks of molten lava as large as three-story buildings rolled down a hillside on the Spanish island of La Palma while a series of tremors shook the ground on Sunday three weeks after the volcanic eruption.

    There were 21 seismic movements on Sunday, with the largest measuring 3.8, the Spanish National Geological Institute (ING) said, shaking the ground in the villages of Mazo, Fuencaliente and El Paso.

    volcano were the size of three-story buildings, the Spanish Institute of Geology and Mining said on Sunday.

  • La Palma volcano: Lava lights up sky as island residents both scared, fascinated by eruptions

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    While residents of La Palma island in Spain said Saturday they were still scared of the Cumbre Vieja volcano, which has been erupting since Sept. 19, they also said they were fascinated by the once-in-a-lifetime occurrence.

    Despite the harm it's causing to families, destroying their homes, their work, it's something amazing, resident Jessica Ferrera told reporters.

    The red-hot lava continued to light up the night sky in the early morning hours Sunday as the eruption stretched into its 22nd-straight day, having destroyed nearly 1,150 buildings and surrounding land.

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  • LIVE: Lava from volcano destroys homes on Spains La Palma island

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    Lava advances, destroying homes in its way, following a volcanic eruption at Spain´s La Palma Island.

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  • Red-hot lava forces evacuations in Spains La Palma

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    Over 700 residents on the Spanish island of La Palma were ordered to abandon their homes as lava advanced toward their neighborhoods.

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  • La Palma volcano: Lava flows from mountain as eruption keeps island airport closed

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    The volcano in La Palma, Spain, erupted for the 21st day on Saturday, laying waste to hundreds of buildings and farms and forcing the closure of the island's airport once again.

    Impressive Reuters TV footage showed lava flowing from the Cumbre Vieja volcano towards the ocean.

    A secondary lava stream from the volcano engulfed various buildings, with lightning flashing above the mountain overnight.

    On Friday, seismic activity increased on the island, both in the number of earthquakes and their magnitude, according to Spain's seismic institution.

    Spain's air traffic operator AENA said on Friday La Palma airport remained shut down because of ash accumulations.

    Volcano response committee PEVOLCA said on Thursday the air quality in the island had worsened due to changing weather conditions, forcing to close La Palma airport.

    Ash cloud disrupted air traffic on the neighbouring island of Tenerife, airport operator Aena said on Friday, a day after it closed the La Palma airport.

    Tenerife's northern airport remains open and planes can safely land and take off, but several flights were cancelled or diverted to the island's southern terminal, an Aena spokesperson told Reuters.

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  • LIVE: Lava gushes from a volcano on Spains La Palma island

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    The volcano on Spain's La Palma continues to erupt after lava flows reached the Atlantic Ocean.

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  • LIVE: Lava gushes from a volcano on Spains La Palma island

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    The volcano on Spain's La Palma continues to erupt after lava flows reached the Atlantic Ocean.

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  • Canary Islands volcano forces further evacuations of La Palma residents - BBC News

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    An erupting volcano on La Palma in the Spanish Canary Islands has forced authorities to evacuate hundreds of homes, as the lava gushes towards the sea.

    Local officials have warned the lava could trigger chemical reactions when it reaches the sea, causing explosions and the release of toxic gases.

    The BBC's Dan Johnson reports on the latest stage of the evacuations from the ground in La Palma.

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  • Giant boulders float down rivers of lava from La Palma volcano eruption

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    Drone footage shows lava flows carrying huge boulders from the Cumbre Vieja volcano in La Palma. The advancing rivers of molten rock prompted a lockdown on Monday, as houses in their path were destroyed. More than 1,000 homes have been destroyed since the eruption began on 19 September, and 6,000 people have been evacuated from the area

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  • Live: Volcano eruption continues on La Palma in Spains Canary Islands

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    Live from La Palma in Spain's Canary Islands as lava streams continue to flow towards the sea. On October 7, ash and dust from the volcanic eruption forced authorities to close the airport on the island. The #eruption began on September 19 and has fully or partially destroyed more than 1,000 buildings so far. #volcano

  • La Palma volcano: Mountain continues to erupt after tremors shake region | FULL

    11:54:56

    The volcano in La Palma, Spain continued to erupt for the 23rd day on Monday, hours after a series of tremors shook the area, with the largest measuring a magnitude 3.8.

    Blocks of lava as large as three-storey buildings also poured from the volcano on Sunday. With temperatures of up to 1,240 degrees Celsius (2,264 degrees Fahrenheit), the molten rock destroyed the last few remaining buildings in the village of Todoque, according to the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute.

    About 6,000 people have been evacuated from their homes on La Palma, which has about 83,000 inhabitants.

    Since beginning to erupt Sept. 19, surrounding land and nearly 1,200 buildings have been destroyed.

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  • Tourists flock to La Palma volcano as new rivers of lava emerge

    1:59

    New rivers of lava have emerged from the volcano in the Canary Islands, threatening more homes and farms.
    Tourists are also flocking to the area to catch a glimpse of the raw power of nature.
    Al Jazeera's Andrew Chappelle reports.

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  • La Palma volcano draws tourists eager to see it up close | DW News

    2:22

    A new stream of lava has begun flowing from the volcano erupting on the Spanish island of La Palma. The lava is threatening to engulf more homes in addition to the hundreds that have already been damaged or destroyed. But while the volcano is posing a serious danger to lives and property, it's also attracting visitors to the island eager to see the spectacle of a volcano in action.
    Thousands have fled from its destructive force, but others are attracted. The erupting Cumbre Vieja is now another tourist attraction on this holiday isle. Some have traveled to snap a selfie with an erupting volcano.
    But many island residents are wishing for an end to the instability. Thousands have been forced to evacuate, some have lost everything.
    Lava continues to devour properties. The moving molten mass has consumed more than a thousand buildings in the three weeks since eruptions began, setting fire to everything in its path.
    Recent nights have seen fresh flows from the fiery mountain, as the unstable cone collapses and new fissures appear, sending rivers of magma in different directions.
    Cumbre Vieja shows no sign of settling down.


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  • La Palma volcano: Lava flows down mountain as eruption continues | FULL

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    The Cumbre Vieja volcano on Spain's La Palma island continued to erupt after a stream of red-hot lava engulfed a cement plant on Tuesday, raising clouds of smoke and prompting authorities to order people in the area stay at home.

    More than three thousand residents of La Palma were allowed to leave their homes on Tuesday when authorities ended a lockdown ordered after a thick cloud of smoke erupted from a volcano that has devastated the Spanish Canary island.

    Emergency services told residents in the towns of El Paso and Los Llanos de Aridane to stay indoors, shut their windows and turn off air conditioning units to avoid inhaling toxic fumes from the burning cement plant as it was gradually swallowed by the lava.

    La Palma airport remained open but 11 flights were cancelled on Tuesday and others were delayed, airport operator AENA said.

    There were 64 seismic movements on Tuesday, the strongest measuring 4.1, according to the Spanish National Geological Institute.

    The eruption which began on Sept. 19 has laid waste to a total area of nearly 600 hectares, according to authorities.

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  • Drones capture the irrevocable destruction on Spains La Palma Island

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    It has been over two weeks of incessant destruction on Spain’s La Palma island.
    The Cumbre Vieja volcano has been spitting lava for 22 days now. Drones have played a major role in collecting data and 3D shots of the lava and its effects. Watch this video to get an aerial view of the lava's wrath.


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  • Live: La Palma volcano tracker as new lava streams destroy homes

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    A volcano erupted on the Spanish Canary Island of La Palma on September 19, sending jets of lava and a plume of smoke and ash into the air from the Cumbre Vieja national park in the south of the island.

    Authorities had begun evacuating the infirm and some farm animals from surrounding villages before the eruption at 3:15 p.m. (1415 GMT) on a wooded slope in the sparsely populated Cabeza de Vaca area, according to the islands' government.

    Two hours later, with rivers of lava edging down the hillside, the municipality issued a mandatory evacuation order for four villages, including El Paso and Los Llanos de Aridane. Soldiers were deployed to help, and residents were asked to keep mobile phone use to a minimum.

    Spain's Civil Guard later tweeted that it would take part in the evacuation of between 5,000 to 10,000 people from villages near the volcano, including El Paso and Los Llanos de Ariadne.

    Video footage showed fountains of red molten lava shooting into the sky, and plumes of smoke could be seen from across the island.

    In no circumstances go near the lava flow, the municipality warned residents. If there is volcanic ash, stay in your houses.

    Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said he had postponed his trip to the United Nations General Assembly in New York and was on his way to La Palma.



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  • La Palma volcano: Drone video shows black lava swallowing pool, homes on its way to coast

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    Drone footage showed lava from Spain's La Palma volcano swallowing a swimming pool and houses as it spread toward the coast.

    The Canary Islands' first volcanic eruption on land in 50 years has forced authorities to evacuate over 6,000 people and to urge sightseers attracted by the phenomenon to stay away.

    No fatalities or injuries have been reported since the eruption on Sunday, but drone footage captured the black lava cutting a devastating swathe through the landscape as they advanced down the volcano's western flank toward the Atlantic ocean.

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  • LIVE HD: Building-sizes New lava blocks fall from volcano on Spains island La Palma

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    Building-sizes New lava blocks fall from volcano on Spain's island La Palma.

    A volcanic eruption began on Sunday, September 19th at the Cumbre Vieja de La Palma, in the Las Manchas area, after thousands of earthquakes have been registered in the area in recent days, where a huge column of volcanic materials can be seen.

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    - Latest statistics (lava area* and homes destroyed): Copernicus Emergency Management Service (© 2021 European Union),
    - Drone footage: © Geological Survey of Spain (IGME)
    - Roque de los Muchachos Observatory Feed (Sky-live.TV, European project EELabs)
    Live images of the volcanic eruption produced in Montaña Rajada, in the municipality of El Paso on the island of La Palma (Canary Islands, Spain), taken by the Interreg EELabs project camera, which from the Roque de los Muchachos Observatory (Garafía , Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias), looks towards the Caldera de Taburiente towards the South of the Island.
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    - Instituto Volcanológico de Canarias (INVOLCAN): SO2 emissions, total lava volume
    - La-Palma247.com and La-Palma-Aktuell.de (still cams)
    - Wind map provided by windy.com

    * Afar.tv obtains total lava volume in real-time by using the latest metrics available for total estimated volume and then divide by time. These values are recalibrated when new metrics are released by scientists. Some other stats provided by Afar.tv may be rounded values of the source data.

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    Camera 1
    Location: Montana La Laguna (5km)
    Coords: 28.628809°N 17.917217°W

    Camera 2
    Location: Roque de los Muchachos Observatory (16km)
    Coords: 28.754069°N 17.889214°W

    Camera 3
    Location: Puerto Tazacorte
    3.7km from ocean entry
    7.9km from volcano
    Coords: 28.75407°N 17.88921°W

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    La Palma, also San Miguel de La Palma, is the most north-westerly island of the Canary Islands, Spain. La Palma has an area of 708 square kilometers (273 sq mi) making it the fifth-largest of the eight main Canary Islands. The total population at the end of 2020 was 85,840, of which 15,716 lived in the capital, Santa Cruz de La Palma, and about 20,467 in Los Llanos de Aridane. Its highest mountain is the Roque de Los Muchachos, at 2,423 meters (7,949 ft), being second among the peaks of the Canaries only to the peaks of the Teide massif on Tenerife.

    La Palma, like the other islands of the Canary Island archipelago, is a volcanic ocean island. The volcano rises almost 7 km (4 mi) above the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. There is road access from sea level to the summit at 2,426 m (7,959 ft),[4] which is marked by an outcrop of rocks called Los Muchachos (The Lads). This is the site of the Roque de Los Muchachos Observatory, one of the world's premier astronomical observatories.

    La Palma's geography is a result of the volcanic formation of the island. The highest peaks reach over 2,400 m (7,874 ft) above sea level, and the base of the island is located almost 4,000 m (13,123 ft) below sea level. The northern part of La Palma is dominated by the Caldera de Taburiente, with a width of 9 km (6 mi) and a depth of 1,500 m (4,921 ft). It is surrounded by a ring of mountains ranging from 1,600 m (5,249 ft) to 2,400 m (7,874 ft) in height. On its northern side is the exposed remains of the original seamount. Only the deep Barranco de las Angustias (Ravine of Anxiety) ravine leads into the inner area of the caldera, which is a national park. It can be reached only by hiking. The outer slopes are cut by numerous gorges which run from 2,000 m (6,562 ft) down to the sea. Today, only a few of these carry water due to the many water tunnels that have been cut into the island's structure.

    From the Caldera de Taburiente to the south runs the ridge Cumbre Nueva ('New Ridge', which despite its name is older than the Cumbre Vieja, 'Old Ridge.') The southern part of La Palma consists of the Cumbre Vieja, a volcanic ridge formed by numerous volcanic cones built of lava and scoria. The Cumbre Vieja is active but dormant, with the last eruption occurring in 1971 at the Teneguía vent which is located at the southern end of the Cumbre Vieja, the Punta de Fuencaliente ('Point of the Hot Fountain'). Beyond Punta de Fuencaliente, the Cumbre Vieja continues in a southerly direction as a submarine volcano.

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  • LIVE: La Palma Volcano Eruption: Building-sized lava blocks fall from volcano

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    Live: La Palma Volcano Eruption: Building-sized lava blocks fall from volcano.

    Building-sizes New lava blocks fall from volcano on Spain's island La Palma. A volcanic eruption began on Sunday, October 11th at the Cumbre Vieja de La Palma, in the Las Manchas area, after thousands of earthquakes have been registered in the area in recent days, where a huge column of volcanic materials can be seen.

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  • Building-sizes New lava blocks fall from volcano on Spains island La Palma

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    Building-sizes New lava blocks fall from volcano on Spain's island La Palma. A volcanic eruption began on Sunday, October 11th at the Cumbre Vieja de La Palma, in the Las Manchas area, after thousands of earthquakes have been registered in the area in recent days, where a huge column of volcanic materials can be seen.

  • Blocks of lava as large as buildings roll from volcano

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    Blocks of lava as large as three-story buildings have rolled down the hillside of the island of La Palma in Spain's Canary Islands. The lava has been flowing for more than three weeks, and tremors are still being felt in the area. CNN's Robin Curnow speaks with Ben Ireland who was on the ground when the volcano first erupted.

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  • Huge lava blocks fall from Spain volcano | 7NEWS

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    Blocks of molten lava as large as three-storey buildings have rolled down a hillside on the Spanish island of La Palma while a series of tremors shook the ground three weeks after the volcanic eruption.

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  • La Palma volcano: Stunning explosions of red-hot lava after crater collapses

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    A river of red-hot lava gushing from the Cumbre Vieja volcano on Spain's La Palma thickened on Monday after the north side of the crater collapsed the previous night, causing spectacular explosions.

    Close-up shots showed jet streams of lava from the intensifying volcanic activity after the crater collapse.

    Despite the heightened activity, the lava appeared to be following a similar trajectory to previous flows and avoiding areas that have so far been spared, Canary Islands' regional president Angel Victor Torres said.

    1:57 Drone footage released by Spain's Superior Council of Scientific Investigations (CSIC) showed hot lava streams continuing to fall from cliffs into the sea and extending the island's surface as the lava hardens when it hits the water.

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  • Building Sized Blocks Of Lava Flow Down La Palma Volcano In Spain

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    Massive blocks of lava were seen flowing down the Cumbre Vieja volcano on the island of La Palma in Spain on Saturday (10/9). The blocks were the size of three-story buildings, according to the Spanish Institute of Geology and Mining. ***
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  • Lava in Spains La Palma engulfs more houses

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    Lava engulfed more buildings on the Spanish island of La Palma, destroying everything in its path about three weeks after the volcano began to erupt

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  • Lava blocks the size of buildings falling from La Palma volcano ! News 11.10.2021

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    LA PALMA, Spain, Oct 10 (Reuters) - Blocks of molten lava as large as three-storey buildings rolled down a hillside on the Spanish island of La Palma on Sunday while a series of tremors shook the ground three weeks after the volcano erupted.

    There were 21 seismic movements on Sunday, with the largest measuring 3.8, the Spanish National Geological Institute (ING) said, shaking the ground in the villages of Mazo, Fuencaliente and El Paso.


    The blocks of red-hot magma flowed down the side of the Cumbre Vieja volcano were the size of three-storey buildings, the Spanish Institute of Geology and Mining said.

    From Monday, members of the Spanish Navy will help clean volcanic ash that covers large parts of the island, Defence Minister Margarita Robles said during a visit on Sunday.

    The lava flow, with temperatures of up to 1,240 degrees Celsius (2,264 degrees Fahrenheit), destroyed the last few buildings that remained standing in the village of Todoque, the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute said on Twitter.

    The Cumbre Vieja volcano continues to erupt on the Canary Island of La Palma, as seen from Tajuya, Spain, October 10, 2021. REUTERS/Juan Medina
    The Cumbre Vieja volcano continues to erupt on the Canary Island of La Palma, as seen from Tajuya, Spain, October 10, 2021. REUTERS/Juan Medina
    There was a partial cone collapse near the volcano's emission vent on Saturday, Stavros Meletlidis, a spokesman for ING told Reuters.

    The collapse of the northern flank of the Cumbre Vieja volcano has caused the release of large blocks of material and the appearance of new flows that run through areas already evacuated, tweeted Spain's National Security Department.

    The lava has reached the Camino de la Gata industrial estate and new buildings.

    Rivers of lava have destroyed 1,186 buildings since the eruption on Sept. 19, the Canary Islands Volcanic Institute said.

    Lava has engulfed 493 hectares (1,218 acres) of land, said Miguel Ángel Morcuende, technical director of the Canary Islands Volcanic Emergency Plan (Pevolca) organisation.

    About 6,000 people have been evacuated from their homes on La Palma, which has about 83,000 inhabitants.

    Lightning was seen near the eruption early on Saturday. A study published in 2016 by the journal Geophysical Research Letters found lightning can be produced during volcanic eruptions because the collision of ash particles creates an electrical charge.

  • Lava Blocks the Size of Buildings Falling From La Palma Volcano

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    Lava Blocks the Size of Buildings Falling From La Palma Volcano

  • New lava streams destroy La Palma houses

    2:25

    Spain's La Palma authorities announced on Monday new lockdowns as lava from Cumbre Vieja volcano engulfed a cement factory, among other buildings, causing a huge cloud of smoke.

    Authorities will analyse air quality to monitor if it's dangerous for the population, director of Canary Islands Volcanic Emergency Plan (Pevolca) organization Miguel Angel Morcuende told reporters.

    Pevolca committee is also monitoring the new flow of lava that is 300 metres away from ocean and may reach the ocean soon, creating another delta of lava in the Atlantic Ocean.

    Spanish Institute of Geology and Mining (IGME) shot on Saturday massive blocks of lava flowing down the hillside from La Palma volcano.

    The blocks of red-hot magma flowed down the side of the Cumbre Vieja volcano were the size of three-story buildings, IGME said on Sunday.

    Los Llanos de Aridane city hall were forced to open an unfinished parking lot for caravans so local residents affected by volcano eruption could use it.

    Lava has engulfed 591 hectares (1,458 acres) of land, said Morcuende on Monday.

    About 6,000 people have been evacuated from their homes on La Palma, which has about 83,000

    inhabitants.

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  • Massive blocks of lava flow down volcano on island of La Palma in Spain

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    Massive blocks of lava were seen flowing down the Cumbre Vieja volcano on the island of La Palma in Spain on Saturday. The blocks were the size of three-story buildings, according to the Spanish Institute of Geology and Mining.

  • Live: Volcano eruption continues on La Palma in Spains Canary Islands

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    Live from La Palma in Spain's Canary Islands as lava streams continue to flow toward the sea. There were a series of 37 seismic movements on Saturday, with the largest measuring 4.1, the Spanish National Geological Institute said. La Palma's airport reopened after being closed since Thursday because of ash. Since the volcano eruption began on September 19, the lava from the volcano has engulfed more than 1,000 buildings and 490 hectares of farmland, most of it used for the cultivation of bananas, one of the main crops on the island.

  • LIVE: Lava gushes from a volcano on Spains La Palma island

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    The volcano on Spain's La Palma continues to erupt after lava flows reached the Atlantic Ocean.

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  • LIVE: Lava gushes from a volcano on Spains La Palma island

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    The volcano on Spain's La Palma continues to erupt after lava flows reached the Atlantic Ocean.

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  • Lava blocks the size of buildings falling from La Palma volcano #shorts

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    The blocks of red-hot magma flowed down the side of the Cumbre Vieja volcano were the size of three-story buildings, the Spanish Institute of Geology and Mining said on Sunday.

    About 6,000 people have been evacuated from their homes on La Palma, which has about 83,000 inhabitants.

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  • LIVE: Lava spews from volcano on Spains La Palma island

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    Thick clouds of smoke billow from the hillside of an erupting volcano on Spain's La Palma island that has forced the evacuation of thousands of people, according to local officials

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  • La Palma Eruption: Drone View of the huge blocks floating in Fiery Lava and General View

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    Despite the fear and the destruction caused by the volcanic eruption on Spain's La Palma, residents of the island have been fascinated by the once in a lifetime occurrence.
    The magma streaming down the hillside from the Cumbre Vieja volcano destroyed at least four village buildings, some of nearly 1,150 buildings and surrounding land destroyed since the volcano began erupting on Sept. 19

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  • Drone drops food for dogs trapped in La Palma by volcano lava

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    Several emaciated dogs lie curled up in and around a walled, ash-covered yard cut off by volcanic lava in the mountainous area of Todoque, on the Spanish island of La Palma, until a drone appears in the sky to drop packages with food and water.

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  • Volcano forms huge delta on the ocean, its collapse likely to lead to explosions | La Palma, Spain

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    Residents of La Palma of Canary Islands continue to face problems as volcanic eruption continues on the island. Lava that entered the ocean has formed a huge delta of the size of 38 hectares. Researchers say that several tons of hydrochloric acid is being generated per day because of the volcano. The volcano that erupted almost three weeks has covered 430 hectares destroying over 1,000 homes. Spain's Military Emergencies Unit is using drones to collect data and 3D images of the lava, eruption and the destruction it has created.

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  • Live: Volcano eruption continues on La Palma in Spains Canary Islands

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    Live from La Palma in Spain's Canary Islands as lava streams continue to flow toward the sea. There were a series of 21 seismic movements on Sunday, with the largest measuring 3.8, the Spanish National Geological Institute said. Since the volcano eruption began on September 19, the lava from the volcano has engulfed more than 1,180 buildings and over 490 hectares of farmland, most of which is used to cultivate bananas, one of the main crops on the island.

  • La Palma volcano: Lava blocks the size of buildings falling from La Palma volcano

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    La Palma volcano: Lava blocks the size of buildings falling from La Palma volcano
    Drone video shows black lava swallowing pool, homes on its way to coast. Lava continues destructive flow as volcanic ash covers villages La Palma volcano engulfs village minutes after residents flee their homes seen from Drone view of molten lava destroying homes forcing 5k to flee
    Lava erupts from a volcano on La Palma in Spanish Canary Islands

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    Blocks of molten lava as large as three-story buildings rolled down a hillside on the Spanish island of La Palma while a series of tremors shook the ground on Sunday three weeks after the volcanic eruption.

    There were 21 seismic movements on Sunday, with the largest measuring 3.8, the Spanish National Geological Institute (ING) said, shaking the ground in the villages of Mazo, Fuencaliente and El Paso.

    The blocks of red-hot magma flowed down the side of the Cumbre Vieja volcano were the size of three-story buildings, the Spanish Institute of Geology and Mining said on Sunday.

    There was a partial cone collapse near the volcano's emission vent on Saturday, Stavros Meletlidis, a spokesman for ING told Reuters.

    The collapse of the northern flank of the Cumbre Vieja volcano has caused the release of large blocks of material and the appearance of new flows that run through areas already evacuated, tweeted Spain's National Security Department.

    The lava has reached the Camino de la Gata industrial estate and new buildings.
    Lava flows after part of the cone of the Cumbre Vieja Volcano collapsed on October 10 in La Palma.

    Rivers of lava have destroyed 1,186 buildings since the eruption on Sept. 19, the Canary Islands Volcanic Institute said.

    Lava has engulfed 493 hectares (1,218 acres) of land, said Miguel Ángel Morcuende, technical director of the Canary Islands Volcanic Emergency Plan (Pevolca) organization.

    About 6,000 people have been evacuated from their homes on La Palma, which has about 83,000 inhabitants.

    Lightning was seen near the eruption early on Saturday. A study published in 2016 by the journal Geophysical Research Letters found lightning can be produced during volcanic eruptions because the collision of ash particles creates an electrical charge.

  • Massive blocks of red, hot lava roll down La Palma volcano

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    Drone footage captured by Spain’s Geology and Mining Institute, shows large blocks of red, hot lava flowing down the hillside from La Palma volcano, on a Spanish island, which erupted a month earlier in mid-September.

    The lava’s temperature hit as high as 1,240 degrees Celsius (2,264 degrees Fahrenheit), while consuming around 500 hectares of land. Take a look.

  • Cone blown off the top of Spain volcano

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    The Spain volcano is still spewing lava after three weeks. There seem to be no signs that the eruption will cease. A new development has put the Spanish island on alert.

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  • Drone view of La Palma house engulfed by lava & hot boulders

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    Drone view shows rivers of lava continuing to stream out more than three weeks after the volcano first erupted on September 19.

    The lava flow, with temperatures of up to 1,240 degrees Celsius (2,264 degrees Fahrenheit), destroyed the last few buildings that remained standing in the village of Todoque, the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute said on Sunday.

    Since the start of the eruption, the lava has destroyed 1,186 buildings and about 6,000 people have been evacuated from their homes on La Palma, which has about 83,000 inhabitants.

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  • Today New lava Block fall from La Palma Volcano Potentials Tsunami

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    Blocks of molten lava as large as three-storey buildings rolled down a hillside on the Spanish island of La Palma on Sunday while a series of tremors shook the ground three weeks after the volcano erupted.

    There were 21 seismic movements on Sunday, with the largest measuring 3.8, the Spanish National Geological Institute (ING) said, shaking the ground in the villages of Mazo, Fuencaliente and El Paso.

  • La Palma volcano continues to spray lava with no end in sight

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    The Cumbre Vieja volcano on Spain’s La Palma island continues to spray lava into the sky with no signs of stopping as the eruption has entered its fourth week.

    The volcanic activity first began on 19 September, and the regional minister for security of the Canary Islands has been quoted as saying they cannot expect the eruption to “end anytime soon.”

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