PORT VILA – An island in the archipelago of Vanuatu must be completely evacuated because a volcano ash continues to spew. The state of emergency is declared on Ambae, which is uninhabitable is likely to be.
The volcano spewed October last year as.
On the island, pockets of houses and trees in each other under the weight of the shaft and residents get health problems, reports Radio New Zealand.
The volcano Lombenben came in september to the eruption and remained active. The last time the activity increased again.
An earlier evacuation of the island (2017).
A spokesman of the ministry of Climate change and natural Disasters, says that the evacuation mainly has to do with the axis. “That is so thick that you know that the vegetation is damaged, the water is polluted and people should make an effort to harvest food by the fierce asval in virtually every part of Ambae.”
On the island live approximately 11,000 people.