La Palma volcano: Drone sweeps over sizzling lava stream, huge molten boulder slides down side

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Spain’s Geological and Mining Institute (IGME) released footage of a huge molten boulder sliding down the Cumbre Vieja volcano in La Palma, Spain as several lava streams continued to flow toward the Atlantic ocean.

Drone footage released by Airmedia 360 also tracked one of the lava streams from the volcano as its activity shows no sign of stopping, putting more areas on the island at risk of being swallowed by lava and covered in volcanic ash.

Seismic activity remained high after 374 quakes were registered earlier this week, breaking the previous record set a week before the volcano erupted for the first time on September 19.

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