The Italian National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanoes reported on
December 14 that an eruption occurred at the southeast vent of Mount Etna on the night of the 13th.
The volcanic tremor increased sharply in a short period of time, and then lava flowed out from the southeast of the crater, up to 2 Kilometers.
The latest monitoring shows that the volcanic eruption activity continues to weaken and is currently limited to the crater.
According to Ansa News Agency, after the intermittent eruption, a lot of volcanic ash fell to nearby towns
like “raining”, but the operations of the nearby Catania Airport were not affected.
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Mount Etna is located in Sicily, Italy, with an altitude of more than 3,300 meters.
It is the highest and most active active volcano in Europe.