Europe’s most energetic volcano Mount Etna erupts

The volcano which is situated on the island of Sicily, erupted on Tuesday, sending jets of lava into the sky.

Pics shared on social media confirmed a plume of smoke soaring from the mountain and ash raining down on structures.

A nearby airport in Catania, was compelled to shut briefly owing to ash in the air producing it unsafe to fly but there have been no studies of accidents or problems from the eruption.

Italy’s Central Crisis Division stated it is looking at the nearby towns of Linguaglossa, Fornazzo and Milo.

Streams of pink sizzling lava move from Mount Etna on Tuesday

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Stefano Branco, the head of the INGV Countrywide Institute for Geophysics and Vulcanology told AGI news agency that “we’ve noticed worse” and it can be “not at all worrying”.

Mount Etna’s past significant eruption was in 1992. It erupted in May perhaps 2019 soon after an improve in seismic action direct to lava spewing out of the Sicilian volcano.

A see of the Mount Etna eruption spewing ash, as noticed from Paterno, Italy

/ LUIGI SENNA through REUTERS

It is the optimum energetic volcano in Europe at two-and-a-fifty percent times the following largest, Mount Vesuvius.

The volcano was stated as a UNESCO Earth Heritage Website in 2013 and appeals to thousands of people a calendar year.