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Snapshots of Cumbre Vieja volcano on the Spanish island of La Palma

Saturday, 16 October 2021
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#international_vision, Cumbre Vieja volcano on the Spanish island of La Palma, continues to raise fears of its expansion and extension to new areas, as the Spanish authorities issued orders to hundreds of residents to evacuate their homes.

Watch footage from Cumbre Vieja volcano in Spain

According to footage monitored by the Canary Islands Institute of Volcanology, ash dunes covered the streets of the island of the Canary Islands, after the volcano had been spewing lava for many weeks, and the streets were filled with ash that disrupted life; According to "Sputnik Arabic".

With no sign of an end to the eruption of the volcano, which is now in its fourth week, the authorities said they expect lava to flow to continue spreading in the northwest region of the volcano.

The red-hot lava damaged nearly 600 hectares of land and damaged about 1,500 homes and other buildings, including a cement factory that spewed toxic fumes, earlier in the week, and hundreds fled their homes.

The lava flow has also hit banana and avocado plantations, which are vital to the island's economy.