Authorities ordered around 800 homeowners to gather their belongings and pets and to flee by 6pm, as concerns grew over the lava’s rapid movements. Homes on the Spanish island burst into flames yesterday as a flow of molten magma descended from the Cumbre Vieja volcano.
This triggered 64 seismic movements, with the strongest measuring 4.1, according to the Spanish National Geological Institute.
La Palma Airport remains open but 11 flights were cancelled.
This is the fourth week the volcano in La Palma has been erupting and it shows no sign of stopping soon.
FOLLOW BELOW FOR LIVE UPDATES
The Fort News