Area hit by volcano on Spanish island of La Palma could be uninhabitable for years | The World

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Lava flows from a volcanic eruption on the Spanish island of La Palma have swallowed up more than 100 homes on the hillside, and could last for weeks or months.

Cambridge University Volcanologist Dr Amy Donovan says even once the eruption stops, it will take a long time for the lava to cool to a level where people can move back to the island.

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