There is a growing concern about a potential volcanic eruption in Southwestern Iceland, leading to the evacuation of thousands of residents. Scientists have detected signs of a developing magma pool approximately 3 miles beneath the town of Grindavik. This town is situated on a peninsula around 30 miles Southwest of Iceland’s Capital.
The evacuation has been prompted by the occurrence of hundreds of small earthquakes shaking the community daily for over two weeks. Stay updated with Breaking News on YouTube by subscribing to ABC7 Chicago Eyewitness News..