Etna, eruption on the night of today. With its more restless ‘mouth’, the South-East crater, continues to give spectacle and cover the villages on the slopes of the highest active volcano in Europe with pyroclastic material. Last night, as noted by the Ingv (National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology) Etna Observatory of Catania, there was yet another lava fountain with the emission of an eruptive cloud that reached a height of about 8.5 km above sea level. The ash fell on the eastern sector. A lava overflow spreads in a southwest direction, and its front appears to be about 2,900 meters above sea level.
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