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Experts warn la Palma lava flow could change course


La Laguna (Spain), Oct 13 (EFE) .- The La Palma volcan has already washed away an industrial estate in Los Llanos and yesterday, Tuesday, forced 800 people to evacuate in La Laguna, while in the last hours the meteorological conditions have favored the improvement of the air quality.FOOTAGE OF THE LA LAGUNA NEIGHBORHOOD IN THE ARIDANE PLAINS. RESOURCES OF SOME NEIGHBORS CARRYING OUT LUGGAGE. IMAGES OF THE LAUNDRY AND POLICE AGENTS IN THE EMPTY STREETS.

Added on the 13/10/2021 14:00:00 - Copyright : EFE Inglés

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