Volcano Erupts Again After 7,000 Earthquakes Are Recorded

July 11, 2023

A volcano in Iceland has begun erupting again. A fissure broke open between the Fagradalsfjall and Keilir mountains, the Icelandic Meteorological Office said Monday. It’s been 11 months since it last erupted and comes after heightened seismic activity. Experts say there have been at least 7,000 earthquakes recorded. So far, the volcano has erupted twice in the last two years without causing damage or distractions to the area. Flights have not been impacted. Inside Edition Digital has more.

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