On 4 December, at 15:19 UTC, a strong flow along the Sciara del Fuoco on reached the sea and generated a moderate , hopefully not causing damage (according to INGV). Tide gauge in Ginestra recorded it with a delay of only a few minutes, and crest to crest amplitude of ~60cm.

Stromboli is an Italian very active volcano from the Aeolian islands in the Tyrrhenian sea (Mediterranean). Its activity, and more particularly hazards due to the pyroclastic flows, are monitored by INGV.

INGV reported about the tsunami:
And about the volcanic event itself:

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