Near Rome's airport formed a geyser

August 30, 2013. Saturday morning near Rome's Fiumicino airport was found a small fumarole — a hole through which the surface of the earth come hot steam and gas. The depth of a crater about 1.2 meters in diameter — 1.8 meters.

Airport workers immediately put the fence and caused seismologists, but witnesses managed to capture an unusual phenomenon in the video.

As reported by witnesses, right in the middle of the circular intersection formed geyzeropodobny source, who began to throw mud and steam to a height of one meter.

Now the Italian geologists study the nature of this phenomenon, it is necessary to make sure that the geyser was formed not because of a pipe burst or any such incident. Erik Klemetti, an assistant professor of Earth Sciences at the University of Denisonskom said that in the vicinity of Rome, there are many hot springs, and not surprisingly, he could receive another.

Source: News Gismeteo

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