- On Thursday evening, Mount Etna spewed lava fountains and three streams of glowing rock poured hundreds of meters down the mountain.
- Already Friday morning no more lava came out.
- Several volcanic eruptions have occurred in recent years, but the damage has been limited.
Europe’s largest active volcano erupted again on Thursday. A plume of smoke about 8000 meters high rose from Etna into the sky, the Italian National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV) announced.
According to the information, there was no more lava left from the volcano on the Mediterranean island on Friday morning. However, the ash cloud continues to flow from the crater. Operations at Catania airport at the foot of Mount Etna have not been disrupted.
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The volcano has erupted several times in the past year. The ash in particular caused problems and minor damage in the surrounding villages and towns. Air traffic at Catania airport had to be interrupted again and again.
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