The magma spouting from the well of lava at Spain’s La Palma island annihilated 450 structures and covered 212 hectares of land in the Atlantic Ocean, Spanish Television said Monday.
The air terminal of the island having a place with the Canary Islands resumed in the wake of suspending its movement last Saturday because of the collection of volcanic debris, it added.
The magma was moving at a speed of 100 meters each hour and was 1,600 meters from the coast, it brought up.
Crisis specialists requested inhabitants of adjacent towns to remain in their homes, and close windows and ways to guarantee that they are shielded from the magma whose temperature surpasses 1,000 degrees Celsius, it said.
The specialists emptied more than 6,000 individuals in the previous days, as the magma caused the annihilation of homes, ranches, streets, electric pinnacles and foundation on the island, which has a populace of 84,000 individuals.
The Cumbre Vieja fountain of liquid magma in La Palma ejected on September 19 following seven days of seismic movement, additionally emitted twice in the twentieth century, in 1949 and 1971.