The La Soufriere volcano in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines continued its activity this Friday, expelling A soot column up to 8,000 meters highAccording to a report by the Seismic Research Center (SRC) of the University of the West Indies (UWI).
The SRC detailed in a statement that this Friday’s outbreak began with 06.15 local time (1015 GMT).
The scientific institution that has been monitoring the eruption of La Sufre since the first large-scale eruption a week ago pointed out that Seismic activity in the area continues.
According to SRC, a minor earthquake occurred at 9:00 pm local time on Thursday (01:00 GMT this Friday), which may be related to a major earthquake. Small increase in carbonic acid vents.
“in spite of The explosion seems to have ended“SRC said.
SRC also warned that the explosion was accompanied by ashes Can be restarted in the future It also affects the island of São Vicente, where the volcano is located, and other nearby islands because it is at the red alert level.
Local authorities have urged people who are still in danger areas Go to the refuge Instantly.
The government of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines recently warned of relative calm in the last two daysOr they are done The eruption of La Soufriere volcano.
In addition, he warned that due to Human beings are highly concentrated Caused by natural phenomena before the evacuation.