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# To reiterate: Media footage of plume only *indicate* Hekla may have erupted. Icelandic authorities have *not* confirmed that. 3 minutes ago via BreakingNews Headquarters
Originally posted by quakewatcher
Word around Twitter is that someone had temporarily tuned the Hekla webcam to the Eyja eruption (...oops...millions of people are watching and taking what they see at face value). Latest word is Hekla *is not* erupting. MSNBC pulled banner with no explanation.
Pretty nice view on this webcam (which has not been overloaded yet like the other one) and definitely nothing happening.
Icelandic media apparently also saying nothing.
AMSTERDAM - - In the south of Iceland, a volcano erupted again on Monday.
The Icelandic national television transmit live images of the Hekla volcano, which much smoke to see.
Hekla is Iceland's largest and most famous volcano. The volcano is 1491 meters high and shaped chain. It is the most active volcano on the island. The last eruption was in 2000.
Originally posted by PuterMan
reply to post by alysha.angel
You can bet your bottom dollar I would know unless I was asleep!
I monitor this constantly.