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On the morning of 16 July 2011, a series of ash emissions from the active crater located on the eastern flank of the Southeast Crater cone marked the resumption of explosive activity within this crater, which produced loud booming sounds that were widely heard in populated areas on the slopes of Etna. This activity is occurring only one week after the latest paroxysmal episode, which took place at the same crater. Further updates on the evolving situation will be posted soon.
Originally posted by silo13
GO GO GO!!!!