Volcanic ash cloud closes La Palma airport as new vent emerges — in pictures
A volcano on Spain's La Palma island continued to spew lava and ash, forming rivers of lava. The eruptions had shutdown the island's airport on Saturday due to ash, but it has since resumed operations.
A massive cloud of ash prevented flights in and out of the Spanish island of La Palma on Sunday as molten rock was flung into the air from an erupting volcano.
Volcanic ash cloud halts flights to and from Spanish island after recent eruption
WATCH: A volcano erupted on La Palma in the Canaries, shooting red molten lava and a plume of smoke and ash into the sky
Fresh volcanic eruptions continue on the Spanish island of La Palma. A giant ash cloud has forced the airport to close - causing long lines at the island's ferry terminals. The Spanish government has plans to declare the island a "catastrophe zone". My report on #F24
A massive cloud of ash prevented flights in and out of the Spanish island of La Palma on Sunday as molten rock continued to be flung high into the air from an erupting volcano.
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