August 2019

Active Volcano Erupts On Small Italian Island

The eruption happened on Stromboli, which is located in the Tyrrhenian Sea. There have no reports of any injuries or major damage to the surrounding area. Around 400 people are believed to live around Stromboli. The volcano is known to produce daily rumblings and often emit lava. This new eruption follows another one last month on Stromboli, which caused one fatality. Besides Stromboli, Italy has two other active volcanoes: Sicily's Mount Etna and Naples' Mount Vesuvius.