In Spain’s Canary Islands lava pours out of volcano

MADRID: Volcano eruption on the Spanish Canary Island of La Palma on Sunday, sending lava shooting into the air and streaming in rivers towards houses in two villages in the South of the island from the Cumbre Vieja national park.

After a week long build up of seismic activity, promoting authorities to speed up evacuations for 1,000 people as lava flows crept toward isolated homes on the mountain. Also, Huge red plumes topped with black and white smoke shot out along a volcanic ridge that scientists had been closely watching following the accumulated of molten lava below the surface and days of earthquake.

According to the reports of the the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute, the eruption on Cumbre Vieja, which last erupted in 1971.The explosion took place in an area known as Cabeza de Vaca on the western slope of the volcanic ridge as it descends to the coast.Eruptions on the Canary Islands lasted weeks or even months.Therefore, authorities are evacuating the infirm, farm animals from the area. According to the reports of the the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute, the eruption on Cumbre Vieja, which last erupted in 1971.The explosion took place in an area known as Cabeza de Vaca on the western slope of the volcanic ridge as it descends to the coast.Eruptions on the Canary Islands lasted weeks or even months.Therefore, authorities are evacuating the infirm, farm animals from the area. Mandatory evacuation is ordered for four villages and the Spanish prime minister delays U.N.trip which heads to Islands. Lastly, the major eruption in Cumbre Vieja volcano chain was in 1971. Lastly, the major eruption in Cumbre Vieja volcano chain was in 1971.

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