Grindavik, Iceland — A fountain of liquid magma in southwest Iceland ejected for the third time since December on Thursday, sending planes of magma out of sight and setting off the clearing of the Blue Tidal pond spa, one of the island country’s greatest vacation spots. The emission started at around 1 a.M. Eastern time along an almost two-mile crevice upper east of Mount Sundhnukur, the Icelandic Meteorological Office said.
The occasion is occurring around 2½ miles upper east of Grindavik, a beach front town of 3,800 individuals that was cleared before a past ejection on Dec. 18. 온라인카지노
The Icelandic Meteorological Office said magma was streaming toward the west and there was no prompt danger to Grindavik or to a significant power plant nearby. Common safeguard authorities said nobody was accepted to be in the town at the hour of the emission, Icelandic public telecaster RUV detailed. 슬롯사이트
A fountain of liquid magma ejects on Reykjanes Promontory A well of lava heaves magma and smoke as it emits on Reykjanes Landmass, Iceland, on Feb. 8, 2024. Iceland Common Insurance/Gift by means of REUTERS
“They weren’t intended to be, and we have close to zero familiarity with any,” Víðir Reynisson, the top of Iceland’s Considerate Protection, told Icelandic public telecaster RUV. 온라인슬롯