The eruption of the Old Summit Volcano, about to become the longest one that has records on the island of La Palma, presents low active lava emission centers, but the authorities and specialists are concerned about gases.
The volcano de la palma is "numb but alive". In these terms, Carmen López, Vulcanologist from the National Geographic Institute, during an interview on Canarian radiotelevision, has been expressed. Although the emission of lava has decreased in the last days, emergency plan experts have warned this Friday of the danger of gases that expelses.
With the low asset ladas emission centers, the gases are now concerned about the authorities and specialists who follow the eruption of the Old Summit Volcano, about to become the longest one that has records in the Island of La Palma, reports EFE.
The volcano reaches 84 days this Saturday and equal the longest eruption on the island since there are records, that of Tehuya of 1585, which will go to 15.13 hours of this Sunday, because a phenomenon so does not stop from blow, but in a week process.Date Of Update: 11 December 2021, 02:09