A volcano erupted in La Palma, Canary Islands

19/09/2021
Credit: INVOLCAN / twitter
Credit: INVOLCAN / twitter

Breaking news! Serious and very large eruption that continues from 14:15 GMT to La Palma, Canary Islands. At this time we have data showing that there is a very large seismic increase in that location. Several people and animals have been evacuated so far from the site of the volcano discovery site. So far the situation is under control with a small eruption, but after the seismic activities we can expect a strong eruption at any time. One of a person's videos on twitter shows the following: 

According to sources analyzing the earthquakes, it is said that there could be a fissure near the volcano, somewhere near La Cumbre Vieja and it is said that forests, crops and many others are melted by lava right now. The situation is starting to get serious! In less than 3 hours from the beginning of the eruption, 6,632 earthquakes were reported and cautioned, 1317 have already been located! 

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Credit: Instituto Geografico Nacional
Credit: Instituto Geografico Nacional

According to sources analyzing the earthquakes, it is said that there could be a fissure near the volcano, somewhere near La Cumbre Vieja and it is said that forests, crops and many others are melted by lava right now.

The situation is starting to get serious! In less than 3 hours from the beginning of the eruption, 6,632 earthquakes were reported and cautioned, 1317 have already been located!


86 earthquakes with a maximum magnitude of 3.8 were reported. The rest, data is still awaited. The chances of eruptions are high and the volcano has great power. The national institutes announce that from 24 hours onwards, every minute, the earthquakes increase and increase and there are many, the smoke can be seen from afar and there are still massive evacuations from the island. The situation is growing because the east coast of the United States will be affected if the volcano either erupts or erupts with rocks and lava and becomes even stronger, forming one of the few "mega coughs". but we hope it doesn't happen. 

Also, 560,000 years ago there was a landslide in La Palma, where it lost a southwestern part of the island. So far no man has witnessed such a thing or is known to have been. The question is: Can something like this happen now? Answer: Yes, but the chances are slim and it's the worst case scenario, but there are chances. 

If there are new updates we will let you know, we wish success to the locals and the authorities with the volcano. 

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