I don’t think we’ll ever come back here, says one of the residents.
Smoke rises from manhole covers and cracks in the road. A metre-deep sinkhole has appeared in the west of the city.
The volcanic eruption can come at any time, experts say. And Grindavik on the Reykjanes peninsula is most at risk.
Several thousand earthquakes were recorded here at the weekend. On Monday, Sigurdur is among the 4,000 evacuees who have been allowed to return. He has quickly taken the most important things from the house, but has to stop at the side of the road to fasten the straps on the trailer. Everyone has been told to be as quick as they can. Within half an hour they must be out.
Monday evening there are still many earthquakes. In the last 24 hours there have been around 2,000, but they are weaker than before. However, the experts consider the risk of an outbreak to be equal.
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