Volcano erupts on island near Madagascar where possible MH370 debris found


A volcano erupted on Friday on a distant island within the Indian Ocean, not removed from where wreckage suspected to be a part of the aircraft from lacking Malaysian flight MH370 was found, reportedly hampering work of investigators analyzing the debris. Mesmerizing video and breathtaking images taken from a chook’s eye view have captured the eruption of the Piton de la Fournaise volcano within the southeastern a part of Reunion Island.

The eruption prompted an emergency evacuation on Friday. Piton de la Fournaise is a World Heritage Site and is without doubt one of the most energetic volcanoes on the planet. The eruption comes quickly after debris suspected to belong to the lacking Malaysia Airlines MH370 flight was found by beachcombers on Wednesday. Media experiences stated {that a} workforce of Malaysian aviation specialists analyzing the debris was pressured to evacuate the location.

Meanwhile on Thursday, Malaysian official confirmed that the quantity on the plane half found on Reunion Island belongs to a Boeing 777. However, up to now there was no affirmation that it belongs to the flight MH370 aircraft.