Mount Etna continues to erupt in Sicily

Eruption of Mount Etna in Sicily

The volcano now does not threaten neighboring settlements and air traffic. Hundreds of tourists try to get to the island to watch the eruption.

On the island of Sicily in Italy, the volcano Etna erupts for the fourth time in a week. This is stated in the TSN plot.

Ash clouds rose several kilometers. According to local authorities, the volcano now does not threaten neighboring settlements and air traffic.

Hundreds of tourists, despite quarantine restrictions, are trying to get to Sicily to admire the eruption. Rescuers urge tourists not to get too close to the volcano.

Recall, on the Italian island of Sicily on the evening of February 16 Mount Etna woke up.

Also, in Guatemala, near the city of Antigua, tourist Jose Martins decided to meditate on the mountain and witnessed eruptions of the volcano Fuego.

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