The lava from the Cumbre Vieja volcano paints an infernal landscape in the middle of the night on La Palma

The new lava flow from the Cumbre Vieja volcano in La Palma is advancing at 50 meters per hour and has forced the evacuation of more neighborhoods. The lava has destroyed a total of 640 hectares, 28 more than this past Wednesday. The situation at times is one of chaos and despair in the face of a flood of volcanic magma that engulfs everything in its path, as can be seen in these nocturnal images in the darkness of the island.

On Wednesday night, the Canary Islands Special Volcanic Emergency Plan (PEVOLCA) has ordered the evacuation of new neighborhoods in the municipality of The Plains of Aridane by the forecast of the advance of the casting.

The language that runs through the northwest, which forced the evacuation of 800 residents last Tuesday, is losing power; however, the southernmost arm accumulates the maximum energy from the emitting center and moves at about 50 meters per hour.

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