An Icelandic volcano erupted about 10pm local time last night, and forced about 500 people to evacuate from their homes. The eruption occurred east of the Eyjafjallajokull glacier, about 120 miles from the island's main airport. As a result, all flights in and out of Iceland have been canceled, according to BusinessWeek.com. The eruption is said to be the first for the volcano in more than 1,000 years. Lava apparently sputtered from 15 different places, according to the Icelandic Red...Read Full Story
An Iceland volcano erupted on March 21, 2010 after being dormant for over 1,000 years. About 500 people were evacuated, but the damage was minimal. See more about the Iceland volcano eruption here.