News Etna Volcano in Italy continues to erupt lava administrator 13 March 2021 Etna, one of the active volcanoes in southern Italy, once again erupted lava and ash. The mobility that has been going on since February 16 on the 3,326-meter-high Mount Etna on Sicily Island has been added today. The Italian National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV) reported that the 12th eruption in the last 25 days occurred yesterday at 08.40 local time. As a result of the explosions, it was observed that lava flow occurred on the slopes of the mountain, and ash cloud was formed up to 6 kilometers above sea level with the heavy jet of ash. Ash rained down on settlements on the mountain slopes as well. It was learned that 4 craters are currently active in Etna, and all of the last 12 volcanic activities have taken place in the southeast crater. In the news in the press, it was stated that Catania Airport, where precautionary flights were stopped during the previous activities of the volcano, continues to operate.