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Icelandic President Gudni Johannesson announced that the town of Grindavik was evacuated and a state of emergency was declared in the region.

In a statement made by the Icelandic Meteorological Office, "The data obtained show that the size of the magma tunnel is significant and that magma is approaching the surface. The corridor starts from Kalfellsheidi in the north and extends west of Grindavik and southwest towards the sea. The magma tunnel is about 15 kilometers long and the magma is about 800 meters deep where it is shallowest. It should be noted that the data is based on about 12 hours of satellite data, so it must be assumed that the magma is moving closer than 800 meters to the surface. There is also a high probability that the magma originated on the ocean floor."

Emergency declared on the peninsula

Icelandic President Johannesson stated that a state of emergency has been declared on the Reykjanes peninsula and residents of the town of Grindavik, which is at risk, have been evacuated. Johannesson said in a statement, "A state of emergency has been declared on the Reykjanes peninsula due to seismic activity. The town of Grindavik has been successfully evacuated. We know the forces of nature in Iceland. We hope for the best but we are prepared for all possibilities."