Residents on the western coast of La Palma were told to lockdown by sealing windows and doors with tape and wet towels to keep out toxic gases spewed by lava from the Cumbre Viejo volcano. Lava has gushed from the volcano for 10 days as it pours into the sea. Clouds of steam and toxic gases have been filling the sky and all people within a 2-km radius have been evacuated, while all roads to the southern part of the islands have been cut off by the lava.
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