New monster tsunami ALERT: Fears Spain volcano will blow ANY MINUTE after 350 more quakes

Tuesday, October 17, 2017
By Paul Martin

HUNDREDS of newly discovered earthquakes have sparked fresh fears a Canary Islands volcano will explode and send a monster tsunami cascading over Spain and Britain.

By Nicholas Bieber
17th October 2017

Panic has erupted after the shock revelation a massive swarm of 352 quakes have trembled beneath a devastating volcano in La Palma, near the tourist hotspot of Tenerife.

Daily Star Online initially revealed 44 quakes, of low magnitude between 1.5 and 2.7 on the Richter scale, struck in just 48 hours more than a week ago.

But experts have since made a terrifying finding – that hundreds more have since struck, sparking fears the islands’ huge Cumbre Vieja is about to erupt.

The boffins believe the hundreds more tremors in the area – which attracts thousands of Brits every year – were too small to be recorded.

This finding has sparked an emergency response with specialists now being pulled in next Sunday to examine the unusual seismic activity.

Scientists have already warned if the huge volcano does erupt, it will collapse into the sea – sparking a 600 metre-high tidal wave that would engulf Africa’s coastline in an hour.

The 500mph tsunami would also hurtle towards Britain and swamp its southern coastlines in just three and a half hours, engulfing Spain and Portugal’s coasts in the process.

So far the biggest earthquake in recent days to rock La Palma was recorded at 1pm on Saturday, measuring 2.7 magnitude according to data from the National Geographic Institute.

The second largest, of 2.6, took place at around the same time on Sunday, which the third – at 2.1 – rocked the Spanish holiday island at midnight on Monday.

However the 86,000 residents on the island have not felt the quakes as they have been occurring a staggering 17.4 miles below ground.

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