A drone camera captured dramatic scenes of an eruption Mount Vagradals volcano In southwestern Iceland, where the “drone” approached the summit of the volcano during its eruption, travel and travel blogger Bjorn Steinbeck posted videos of aerial footage from the top of the erupting volcano, through his Instagram account, which garnered more than 4 million views.
The footage shows Mount Fagradals from below before the drone flies to the top of the lava, and clearly shows streams of red lava flowing on the sides of the volcano from a close distance, while many social media users asked if the drone case was affected. After filming from the intensity of the heat, to respond to a close relative of the tourism blogger, that the drone, was not affected, and was sent for filming again, according to what was reported by the British newspaper “Daily Mail”.
Lava reportedly appeared in the suburbs of the capital of Iceland, which is about 32 kilometers away, and locals traveled as close as possible to see the wonderful view from a distance and before the sudden eruption, the volcano was dormant for 6 thousand years, and the Rikkians Peninsula did not witness any eruption of any volcano. For 781 years, the volcano has been located in a valley 2.5 kilometers from the nearest road, so evacuations were not necessary.
It is noteworthy that the Meteorological Office in Iceland had said that a volcano erupted in the Reykjanes Peninsula in southwest Iceland, on Friday, following thousands of small earthquakes in the region in recent weeks. The peninsula, southwest of the capital, Reykjavik, is a hot seismic hotspot. At least 40,000 earthquakes have occurred in recent weeks.