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Residents return to collect belongings as Spain's volcano enters most explosive phase

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La Palma, Sep 25 (EFE).- Residents of the Spanish town of Todoque in La Palma returned to their homes and businesses Saturday to collect belongings under the supervision of the Civil Guard as the recent explosive phase of the volcano forced more evacuations of residents who still remained in three of the most threatened areas since Friday. (Camera: EFE).SHOT LIST: MEMBERS OF CIVIL GUARD SUPERVISE CITIZENS AS THEY RETURN TO COLLECT THEIR BELONGINGS IN TODOQUE, LA PALMA, SPAIN.

Added on the 26/09/2021 14:00:00 - Copyright : EFE Inglés

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