Iceland Eruption Causes Lava to Flow Over Roads and Burst Water Pipes


Over 20,000 individuals in Iceland have experienced disruptions in their hot water supply following a lava outbreak that damaged crucial water pipes. The Department of Civil Protection and Emergency Management in Iceland is currently strategizing on how to ensure a steady supply. This marks the third volcanic eruption to affect the Reykjanes peninsula since September. Aerial footage reveals the dramatic spread of lava across roads amidst the snow-covered landscape. A state of emergency has been declared. For more information, click here.

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