Cracks can be 150 meters deep

According to information from the Icelandic Meteorological Institute, the flow of water in the Skaftá River near Sveinstindur has been slowly declining in the last few hours.

At 2:30 pm, the flow was measured at 412 cubic meters per second. These values ​​are high for this time of year.

On movie sent by Valdimar Jóhann Bergsson, a Meteorological Institute pilot, made during a flight over the western Skaftár cauldron, you can see large cracks, the deepest of which can reach 100-150 m.

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Source: Yle


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