The area close to the craters remains closed to the public in a closely policed perimeter.
The Cumbre Vieja volcano seen from the Tajuya viewpoint continues to expel lava
The drone company trying to rescue three dogs has found no sign of the animals.
Cumbre Vieja volcano continues to erupt in Spain
Although the lava has not yet engulfed their home they believe it's just a matter of time.
The non-profit started cooking 200 meals a day early in the eruption.
Two local companies have been feeding the dogs for the past five days.
"We're still in the middle of this...if the lava keeps springing up in the same quantities we saw last night, the damage is going to be greater."
Lava flow continues on La Palma after volcanic crater collapses.
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