Etna erupts again and leaves a cloud of smoke and ash in Sicily

The Etna volcano erupted again this Tuesday, leaving behind a column of smoke and ash that, according to a report by the National Institute for Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV), rises about 4,000 meters into the sky on the Italian island of Sicily.

This body confirmed a resumption of activity in this mountain at dawn, resulting in “intense explosive activity” in the southeast crater from 8:21 am.

The activity on Mount Etna contributes to the recent eruption of Stromboli, located on an island of the same name northeast of Sicily. The INGV confirmed the flow of lava from this volcano over the weekend with no evidence that it reached the coast behind some large rocks.

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