Watch as Red-hot lava from VOLCANO smothers major road in Iceland


A surge of thick lava from a volcano that erupted in Iceland in May, covering a road that leads to and from the evacuated town of Grindavík.

The nature’s fury, recorded by Marco Di Marco, show the red-hot lava slowly creeping over Grindavikurvegur, which remains closed due to the eruption and lava flow.


It is the third time lava has flowed over the road since the series of eruptions began at the end of 2023, per The Icelandic Meteorological Office.

The IMO said lava is continuing to surge forward to the northwest along a similar channel to the one that flowed over the road on Saturday.

However, the flow is still a few hundred meters away from the road and moving very slowly.

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The office also warned that lava is still accumulating southeast of the volcano and could move into the area in the next few days.

Aerial video shot from above the area shows just how massive the lava flow is.

As it is, work is being done to build protective walls around the area in an attempt to keep the lava from flowing even closer to Grindavík.

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