Italy’s Mount Etna roars back to life with another eruption

September 9, 2011SICILY – Italy’s Mount Etna came back to life again early on Thursday with an eruption that sent lava down its slopes and a cloud of ash into the sky, forcing the nearby Catania airport to reduce flights. According to Italian news agency ANSA, it’s the 13th eruption since the beginning of the year. The volcano also spewed out ash, which rained down and forced Catania’s Fontanarossa airport to cancel or divert some flights. –ITN
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8 Responses to Italy’s Mount Etna roars back to life with another eruption

  1. luisport says:

    The 20 or so earthquakes that hit northern Italy yesterday are they in any way connected to Larderello volcano or hydrothermal fields? Or are they just tectonic?

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  2. luisport says:

    ENENEWS Energy News
    Reuters: It now appears quake caused problem inside both reactor cores at North Anna, officials say http://bit.ly/nL7K0I #Fukushima
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  3. luisport says:

    BreakingNews Breaking News
    More: Reuters reports slight rattling from Vancouver quake felt in Seattle; Seattle police say no signs or reports, damage
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    Magnitude 6.7 quake off Canada’s Vancouver Island; Tsunami is not expected – USGS, PTWC
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  4. Kelly says:

    6.7 earthquake Vancouver island Canada. But than I saw it was a 6.4 not sure which it is. I know you will see it soon just wanted to share.

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  5. Duncan Ragsdale says:

    Edgar Case predicted that the eruption of Mt. Etna would signal the beginning of enormous, catastrophic earth changes including a large earthquake on the New Madrid fault.

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  6. Do you think this will result with an explosion, or is this releasing pressure. I’m just curious.

    Be blessed and Maranatha

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