Apocalyptic Images From Town, This is Why You Prep To Bug Out If Necessary

Back in November we commented about some of the events going on in Iceland.

We previously discussed, why the situation serves as a stark reminder of the importance of preparedness. One valuable tool in such scenarios is a 72-hour emergency bag, which can make a significant difference when faced with unexpected disasters.

This is pretty much a 10 on the SHTF scale.

The Icelandic Meteorological Office (IMO) has been closely monitoring the situation, with about 800 earthquakes detected in a single day. These quakes, some occurring deep within the Earth’s crust, indicate a significant geological activity. Land deformation and sulfur dioxide measurements also provide clues that magma is on the move beneath the surface.

While experts work tirelessly to analyze data and assess the situation, it’s the people of Grindavík who are directly affected. Evacuations, uncertainty, and the looming possibility of a volcanic eruption create a challenging and stressful environment.

Well, things in Iceland went to the next level. Part of the town of Grindavik has been affected by lava flows.

From Fox Weather:

A state of emergency has been declared in Iceland after a volcano in the southwestern part of the country began to erupt and send lava surging into the seaside town of Grindavík, which had been evacuated after a swarm of earthquakes shook the region overnight and raised fears of an impending eruption. Homes were seen destroyed as the lava flowed into town.


Officials tried to use large earthmovers to divert the lava but their efforts failed.

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