Second lava flow from Spain’s La Palma volcano draws closer to the sea

//Second lava flow from Spain’s La Palma volcano draws closer to the sea

Second lava flow from Spain’s La Palma volcano draws closer to the sea

The La Palma volcano in the Canary Islands, which has been erupting steadily for weeks and shows no immediate sign of ending its activity, has produced a second lava flow that is rapidly approaching the sea.The flow is 200 metres away from the coast and could lead to the formation of a new headland, according to Involcan, the region’s volcanological institute.The flow of lava was nearing the coastal cliffs at a speed of 15 metres per hour.The main flow of lava has been pouring into the Atlantic…

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