A volcanic eruption in Iceland may be imminent

In the wake of a series of earthquakes in southwest Iceland, signs of an eruption are imminent. Early Wednesday afternoon, there was a series of small earthquakes, which happened very quickly one after the other and with increasing intensity, Vedurstofa Kristín Jónsdóttir, natural hazards coordinator at Icelandic Meteorological Agency, said in a joint press conference with the head of civil affairs. Protect Feder Rennison on Wednesday. A volcanic eruption has not started, but it may happen within the next few hours or days.

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