Live feed | The eruption of the volcano in La Palma

The expulsion of the lava began on the Canary Island at 3.12pm on Sunday September 19, in Montaña Rajada. After destroying everything in its path, the molten rock finally reached the sea on Tuesday night

The lava from the volcano reaches the sea.
The lava from the volcano reaches the sea.
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Click play on the video above to watch a live feed of the volcanic eruption on La Palma.

The new volcano in La Palma began to erupt at 3.12pm on Sunday September 19 in Montaña Rajada in La Palma in Spain’s Canary Islands, which are located off the northwestern coast of Africa. A small earthquake preceded the eruption, in Las Manchas neighborhood in El Paso. A huge explosion followed, and then a column of smoke appeared along with the expulsion of airborne particles known as pyroclasts. Since then lava has been flowing toward the coast, and finally reached the sea on Tuesday night. You can watch a live feed of the volcano above, and use the video slider bar to see images over the last 12 hours. Click here for all our stories on the ongoing eruption.


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