Iceland's Hekla Volcano Shows Signs Of...
One of Iceland's most active volcanoes, Hekla , has been showing signs of potential activity as of late, prompting National Commissioner of the Icelandic Police to declare an "uncertainty phase" for the snow-capped peak.
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#1 Mar 27, 2013
Signs of Activity...
“The last time the volcano erupted we knew it one hour in advance… We are not very worried that an eruption is going to take place [right away], but predicting an eruption in Hekla volcano is nearly impossible.”
THEY ARE WORRIED, no?
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