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Etna, one of the most active volcanoes in southern Italy, has reactivated.
Lava flows were observed in the crater southeast of the 3326-meter volcano Etna on the island of Sicily, and the resulting fog spread over a large area.
According to the Italian National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV), the lava flow from the volcano lasted about 3 hours. The fog reached an altitude of 9,000 meters. Dust fog has also spread to the settlements at the foot of the volcano. However, this did not affect the activities of Catania's Fontanarossa Airport near the volcano.
It should be noted that activity has been observed on the Etna volcano since the beginning of the year, lava flows and fog have exceeded 50.
2021.09.22 / 09:31