US News: after volcanic eruption: King Felipe VI. And Letizia are on La Palma

Lead 2-Spain-a volcano enlightened at the Palma to the Canary Islands

 Lead 2-Spain-a volcano enlightened at the Palma to the Canary Islands Spain-Volcano / (Lead 1): Lead 2-Spain-A volcano enlightening the Palma to the Canary Islands (updated with new items) La Palma, Spain, September 19 (Reuters) - a volcano was erupted on the Spanish island of La Palma in Canaries, sending lava jets and a plume of smoke and ash in the air. The eruption started at 15:15 local time (14h15 GMT) in the Cumbre Vieja National Park, in the south of the island, according to the Government of the Canaries.

together with his wife Letizia (49) is Felipe VI. (53) Traveled to La Palma on Thursday. The Spanish royal pair tries to speak the numerous victims of the volcanic eruption courage, as the state TV channel RTVE reports. Thousands of people bang after the natural catastrophe in the Canary Island, which belongs to Spain, to their existence.

König Felipe VI. und Königin Letizia trösten die Opfer des Vulkanausbruchs auf La Palma. © imago / ppe King Felipe VI. And Queen Letizia comfort the victims of the volcanic eruption on La Palma.

images show King Felipe VI. And Queen Letizia, as they caught the thousands of evacuates well and comfort them. They were accompanied, among other things, from the Spanish head of government Pedro Sánchez (49). Recordings also show the pair as it makes a picture of the disaster and countermeasures in one of the operations near the volcano itself.

Impact also for Germany?

Since last weekend, the Cumbre Viebre Vieja lava spits. Since then, according to media reports, around 350 houses, including schools, have been destroyed. Meanwhile, about 166 hectares of land should be covered by the lava.

meteorologists might warn that sulfur clouds could draw as a result of the vulcan eruption to Central Europe and thus to Germany. This is expected to be the case on Sunday (September 26). However, the concentration is so small that there is no danger of it.

volcano in the Canaries: a new lava casting, very liquid, goes to the ocean .
© provided by the Parisian the Parisian a new cast of massive and very liquid lava occurred this Friday, on the Spanish island of La Palma, where the Cumbre Vieja volcano erupted almost two weeks ago . According to the Geological and Mining Institute of Spain (IGME), this new casting started around 2:30 (3:30 in France), after the appearance of a new mouth deemed "very effusive" on the side of the Cumbre Vieja , in the canary archipelago, off the northwestern coasts of Africa.

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