The Cumbre Vieja volcano spewed lava and ash onto the Spanish island of La Palma on Tuesday. Large clouds of gases and ash expanded into the sky as a trail of lava flowed down the side of the volcano, one month after the eruptions began.
Watch live as volcano in Spain's La Palma continues to spew lava
Authorities on the Spanish island of La Palma have granted permission for a drone operator to rescue three dogs trapped by lava.
Drone operator will try to rescue dogs from La Palma volcano
Drone company Aerocámara said it had received to undertake "the most complicated thing we have done." It plans to use foot as bait and then a cargo net to scoop up several dogs trapped on La Palma in the Canary Islands as volcanic eruptions continue.
SOUND ON: Geologists note the sound of lava flow on Spain's La Palma sounds "like broken glass.” Officials say 1,826 buildings had been destroyed by the lava flow from the island’s volcano since eruptions began on September 19.
The was the scene as a volcano erupted Sunday on La Palma, one of the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off the northwestern coast of Africa. The authorities evacuated thousands of residents from nearby towns.
Drone footage captured the moment lava from Spain's La Palma volcano engulfed homes and transformed a backyard swimming pool into a steaming sauna of molten rock.
Reporting in today from La Palma where a new opening in the volcano is forcing more evacuations! The @WCKitchen team is helping get people out in 3 towns with our vans…Everyone is safe & we will keep cooking for first responders and evacuees! #ChefsForLaPalma 🌋
People of the World! Reporting in from La Palma…where the volcano eruption has destroyed hundreds of homes & forced thousands to evacuate 🌋 You can see the lava behind me…We @WCKitchen are here cooking meals for the community & first responders—and will stay as long as needed!