The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, at 4.2 on the Richter scale, with a magnitude of 13 km.
In the last 24 hours, 259 earthquakes have been detected in the central part of Cambra Viza on the island of La Palma, 14 of which were felt by the public.
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u25b6 ufe0f 259 earthquakes, 14 senses. 10-15 km at a depth of 246 (rest> 20 km)
u25b6 ufe0f Maximum size today is 6:42 UTC: 4.1 mbLg
u25b6 ufe0f Low tremors (with intensifying nuts)
u25b6 ufe0f Column height 8:45 UTC: 2,600 masal
u25b6 ufe0f New VONA issued
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– IGN-CNIG (IGNSpain) November 30, 2021
Earthquake does not decrease, on the contrary. 246 of these earthquakes, recorded in recent hours, are located at depths of 10 to 15 km and others (13) at depths of more than 20 km.
Pictures of the eruption (El Paso) from Era Road at 1:00 p.m. At 1.00 pm different mouths observe the emission of images of volcanoes, pyroclasts and gases / explosions from the Camino de la Era (El Paso). Different vents are found that emit lava, pyroclasts and gases pic.twitter.com/rcpq9J3kee
– INVOLCAN (involcan) November 30, 2021
The maximum was recorded at 4.2 on the Richter scale.
These V and VI magnitude earthquakes can cause small landslides in sloping areas near the active volcanic zone.
Overflowing one of the new volcanic eruptions in the upper reaches of the Dakanta this afternoon (3 in 3) pic.twitter.com/7jJ39mWQ7F
– INVOLCAN (involcan) November 29, 2021
Finally, this Tuesday, November 30th, the volcanic activity is very intense, with a significant amount of lava continuing to erupt from the volcano. The lava flows through the previous flows.