China News Service, September 21. According to foreign media reports, the Spanish Canary Islands Security and Emergency Response Department issued a message stating that La Palma, where a volcanic eruption occurred on the 19th, recurred magma bursts on the 20th, and the authorities have begun to evacuate hundreds of nearby places. resident.

On September 19, local time, a volcanic eruption occurred on the island of La Palma in Spain, and magma rolled down the mountain.

The picture shows magma close to residential buildings.

  On September 20, a new fracture was formed in the Tacande district of El Paso, from which magma began to gush out.

The Canary Islands Security and Emergency Response Department wrote on social media: "Residents are being evacuated."

  Local residents disclosed that there had been a strong earthquake before that, and the island’s administrative center, Santa Cruz de la Palma, even felt the earthquake.

  The local government pointed out earlier that 5,500 people have been evacuated from areas near the magma flow.

The number of residents in Tacande District is about 700. Therefore, the total number of residents evacuated since the eruption will exceed 6,000.

  The local government also said before that the volcanic eruption did not cause any injuries, but the lava has destroyed more than 100 houses.

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