According to news channel 24, an additional risk is that the crater with a diameter of 10 kilometers is under the glacier, which is under the influence of heat from the eruption can melt.
This means that millions of cubic meters of water can flood the surrounding area. Seismologists say that watching the volcano since July. During this time, scientists have recorded about five hundred aftershocks.
The last time the volcano erupted 93 years ago, but the most massive eruption recorded in 1783. Then a volcanic eruption killed every fifth Icelander and half of all livestock.