The ‘Red River’ flowing on the island wreaked havoc

MADRID (Reuters) – A volcanic eruption on the Spanish island of La Palama has disrupted life.

According to a report by a foreign news agency, the eruption of the Cambre Vieja volcano on the Spanish island of La Palma has greatly affected business life and displaced a large number of people.

The volcano began to erupt about three weeks ago, affecting up to 1,200 acres of land, forcing 6,000 people to flee.

According to the report, the collapse of the upper part of the volcano started to flow more lava which was flowing towards the industrial zone of the island.

Miguel Angel Moore Kendy, technical head of the volcanic emergency committee, said he was concerned that the lava flow was moving toward an industrial zone called Kaye Hoon De Lagata, where there are many warehouses and businesses. Is more

According to airlines and airport officials, the eruption caused flights to and from Lapalma suspended for 48 hours, which were resumed yesterday.


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