Hundreds of properties have been destroyed and thousands of people have fled their homes after a volcanic eruption on La Palma in the Spanish Canary Islands.
4th-year CSE Bilingual Section will broadcast from La Palma to know about the volcano catastrophe.
They are preparing a series of programmes to give support to the inhabitants.
Lava flowed down the mountain and through villages after the crack opened in the Cumbre Vieja volcano on 19 September, throwing jets of lava and ash into the air.
The red-hot liquid rock destroyed everything in its path – empty villages, schools and hundreds of homes – before reaching the sea 10 days later.
Authorities have set up an exclusion zone around the flow, including in the sea, to keep people away from any potential danger.
How long will the eruption last?
The Canary Islands Volcano Institute has suggested the eruption could last between 24 and 84 days.
The eruption continues with no significant changes in observed and measured parameters. Volcanic tremor has increased again compared to yesterday, but still remains lower than the average of the past weeks.
During the past 24 hours, 119 earthquakes of magnitudes from 2.3 up to 3.7 maximum have been registered under the volcano.
|PARTICIPATING STUDENTS||4th-year CSE Bilingual Section|
|TEACHER IN CHARGE – SCRIPT SUPERVISOR||María del Puerto Tovar Camacho|
|SOUND MIXER EDITOR||Cristina Dillana Domínguez|
|ASSISSTANT EDITOR||Jesús Rubio Núñez|
|REPORTER||Luis Martín Cuadrado|
|PRESENTERS||Aarón Becerro Fernández, Aitana Carrasco Palomino, Cristina Dillana Domínguez, Álvaro Pañero Carrasco, Daniela Ruano Martínez and Víctor Sánchez Fernández|
|Jesús Rubio Núñez|
|LA PALMA NEIGHBOURS||Rubén García Carrión and Manuel Blanco Boyo|
|MUSIC||La Palma Volcano Institute, Breaking News Music|
|POST PRODUCING SUPERVISOR||María del Puerto Tovar Camacho|