© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: The Cumbre Vieja volcano continues to expel lava and ash as seen from Tacande, on the Canary Island of La Palma, Spain, November 29, 2021. REUTERS/Borja Suarez
By Marco Trujillo
(Reuters) – The volcanic eruption on La Palma that has despatched spectacular rivers of molten lava operating down the slopes of La Cumbre for practically three months is the longest operating on the Spanish island since data started in 1500, consultants mentioned on Sunday.
It started on Sept. 19 and Stavros Meletlidis, of the Spanish Nationwide Geographic Institute, mentioned that was longer than any eruption on La Palma since data began over 500 years in the past.
Residents simply want it could cease so they may return to regular life.
“Individuals are fed up. As an area Palmero I took a break and went to Madrid to get some air,” Juan Ernesto Pérez,57, of Los Llanos de Aridane advised Reuters.
The red-hot lava that lights up the evening sky has been disruptive. Based on the Copernicus catastrophe monitoring programme, lava flows have broken or destroyed a minimum of 2,650 buildings, forcing the evacuation of hundreds of individuals from their houses on the island, a part of the Canaries archipelego.
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