March 26, 2013. Icelandic police on Tuesday announced the first, the lowest level of anxiety on the island due to seismic activity in the area of the volcano Hekla in the south of the country.
The police explained that the cause of alert was a series of aftershocks, however, according to the police, they do not mean that an earthquake is about to occur. For their part, the scientists believe that volcano Hekla, which exhibits activity approximately every 10 years, can not wake up soon time, since the last time it eruption occurred in 2000.
Eruption Iceland's Eyjafjallajökull volcano in 2010, which led to a strong ash emissions caused the most serious since World War II air traffic disruption in Europe.