La Palma volcano: a reporter helps evacuate a house with lava on top

The lava that comes out of the ‘Cumbre Vieja’ volcano since it erupted last Sunday has already covered a total of 103 hectares and razed 156 buildings, according to satellite monitoring by the European Union’s Copernicus program. In the above program, the reporter Alejandro Rodríguez it was ten a few meters from one of the magma tongues, that little by little it advanced towards the municipality of El Paso.

The wash, which in some areas has a front of up to thirty meters and an average height of about six meters, has slowed down its speed because it is in a flat area, but it continues in the direction of the ocean, which it will reach in the next few hours.

At the foot of the lava.

During the live show of ‘Cuatro la día’, the lava has reached the town of Todoque and one of the reporters of the program, a few hours before, has helped evict one of the houses in danger, just like the companions of ‘The Ana Rosa program’ have done.

The journalist Alejandro Rodríguez was also yesterday in the first line of the eruption and was able to record, to just 10 meters away, one of the magma sleeves that was approaching El Paso and that has already followed his path of destruction.

Source: Cuatro – Noticias de última hora, deportes, programas y series by

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