Etna’s Eruption

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Etna’s Eruption
Sicily, Italy Source: Reuters

Mount Etna, located on Sicily and one of the world’s most active volcanoes, erupted on the night of Sunday, August 13, continuing into the early hours of Monday.

The eruption caused lava and ash emissions, leading to the suspension of flights at Catania’s Vincenzo Bellini airport. Heavy ash clouds around the summit impacted visibility. The eruption spread ash over Catania, the largest city in eastern Sicily.

Etna Eruption
Etna Italy
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Italy‚Äôs National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology reported ashfall on Catania and other towns on Etna’s slopes. No injuries have been reported.

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