Mount Etna blows her top for 5th eruption in 2012

April 1, 2012SICILYEurope’s tallest and most active volcano, Mount Etna, has erupted for the fifth time in 2012, spewing hot lava and ash in the early hours of Sunday. The lava, which could be seen moving down the mountain’s side just after 4am local time, continued to spew until around 5.30 am, according to local news reports. Ash from the eruption landed on the villages at the foot of the volcano; however no damage was reported and nearby airports remained open. –ITN
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3 Responses to Mount Etna blows her top for 5th eruption in 2012

  1. Dianne Ford says:

    Awesome pictures!

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  2. This morning in Europe (Sicily)… there was another volcano erruption!!! God continues to confirm His word with signs to follow. God is speaking through the fire. He is a consuming fire (Hebrews 12:29)… Either we are consumed in the fire of His kind of love (Song of Solomon 8:6) or judgment (2 Peter 3:10) I would much rather be lost in His love.

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  3. jensen says:

    Mt etna is a very reactive volcano and we don’t know when it will erupt again so be wary

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