The volcano that began erupting on September 19 has destroyed more than 800 buildings, forced the evacuation of about 6,000 people.
Buildings near the Cumbre Vieja volcano on the Spanish island of La Palma have been swallowed by lava rivers, with flashes of lightning adding to the drama of the red-hot eruption.
On September 19, the volcano erupted, destroying over 800 structures and forcing the evacuation of roughly 6,000 people from their homes on the island.
A volcano that erupted on September 19 has damaged over 800 structures and caused 6,000 people to flee their homes.
La Palma is one of the Canary Islands in the Atlantic, with a population of around 83,000 people.
According to the Reuters news agency, the magma damaged at least four structures in the town of Callejon de la Gata on Saturday. Early Saturday, lightning flashes were also reported near the eruption.