Italy’s Mt. Etna volcano rocked by 6th eruption in 2012

April 12, 2012 CATANIA, IT Mount Etna is erupting for the sixth time this year with lava and plumes of smoke and ash from a new crater on the volcano’s southeast side. The new activity was preceded by new phase that began last night and that, according to experts from the INGV in Catania, has the same characteristics as the one before this one. Ash, carried by wind towards the east, has not yet created problems at the Fontanarossa airport, which is fully operational. –AGI
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2 Responses to Italy’s Mt. Etna volcano rocked by 6th eruption in 2012

  1. Bert Fannin says:

    Throughout historical times, this Volcano has erupted and rained fire down on the heads of those living there. There are records from the time of the Etruscan,before the Roman times of such eruptions.
    It looks as if she is set to explode,once again.


  2. Said more rigerously:
    over 5.5 Richter

    Said still more rigerously:
    over 6.5 Richter


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