The eruption of the volcano on the island of La Palma was stuck in Sálvame on Monday, September 20. The format used the event to promote one of the information that was going to deal with the delivery, a decision that has generated indignation between the audience.
The space made reference to the natural catastrophe to talk about the crisis between the singer Ainhoa Arteta and Matías Urrea. "Your relationship was a volcano and lava can burn them. Ainhoa in eruption", you could read it in the baits of the program, which included images of a volcano expelling lava.
There were many viewers who considered this reference unfortunate and criticized Save Me for not taking seriousness the disaster whipping the Canary Island. "The allusion to a volcano in the promotion is the most unfortunate thing that he has done lately, what little consideration with those affected," a Twitter user complained. "It did not seem good that just today equate the relationship of Ainhoa Arteta with a volcano ... unnecessary," said another Internet.
Apart from the aforementioned reference, Sálvame dedicated a part of his program to report on eruption. The space featured the intervention of Manuel Regueiro, president of the Official College of Geologists. "We know about the history of that island that eruptions, to date, have lasted between 25 days to 60 or 70. Between 25 and 100 days it can be, but it could be more. There is no way to know," said the expert, He also revealed that the volcano could have more lava output points.
Regueiro also revealed what will happen when lava reaches the sea. "There will be a huge emission of water vapor because the lava is 1,000 degrees, enters the water and what it does is explode, break," he explained. "Then it is accumulating at the bottom of the sea, in such a way that you can form new territory, new island," he squinted.
In addition, the interviewee warned that lava vapors can be harmful to health. "It has toxic gases, it reaches the sea, mixed with the water vapor and obviously, it should not be," he said.Date Of Update: 22 September 2021, 18:16