A volcano has erupted in Iceland, near the south-west town of Grindavik, with lava flowing into the town causing at least one home to go up in flames.
Footage shows fountains of molten rock spewing from fissures in the ground.
The town had already been evacuated in the hours before this latest eruption, when seismic activity suggested it was imminent.
It's the second volcanic eruption on the Reykjanes Peninsula in less than a month.
Our correspondent in Reykjavík Darren Adam spoke with Charlotte Cook.