Reunion celebrates ‘Bastille Day’ with fireworks of a different kind

PITON DE LA FOURNAISE ERUPTS ON REUNION ON THE FRENCH NATIONAL DAY

(Posted 14th July 2017)

In time for the French celebrations of ‘Bastille Day‘ did on the island of Reunion, a region of France, one of the most active volcanoes in the Indian Ocean erupt once again.
Earlier today did reports come in from St. Denis, the Reunion capital, that another eruption was in progress and that fireworks of a different kind could be seen, no doubt enhancing for those in the vicinity of the mountain the night time fireworks proper which are used to celebrate the day.
A video clip was received just an hour ago from the Reunion Tourism Board, in short known as IRT to show to the world what ‘Bastille Day Fireworks‘ this year look like on the island.
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