La Palma volcano LIVE: 'No end in sight' as 3000m ash plume puts Tenerife holidays at risk


Experts have said the eruption is not expected to cease in the short or medium term. 

The volcano on La Palma is emitting around 17,000 tonnes of sulphur dioxide per day and is now its 26th day of the eruption. 

Indicators such as levels of seismicity and deformation suggest that the eruption is not near its end.

Experts also say that if the volcano is ceasing activity it should be emitting around 100 tonnes of sulphur dioxide. 



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