The Gran Canaria meteorologist, Himar González, has been one of the main weather references in our country for years.
For years, the Canary Islands has presented Time of Antena 3 reaping great ratings of audiences and sneaking into homes throughout Spain day after day.
Now, González, has had to change the spotlights of the television set for the microphone and has moved to the island of La Palma to report the last hour on the eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano that has left the entire Canary Islands with a heavy heart.
Flaunting her professionalism and her ability to make viewers easily understand everything that is happening on La Palma, the Gran Canaria presenter assures that “the direction the wind takes is very important. If it were to blow from south to north, we could have complications at the airport, which is in the northeast, but the fire is on the southwest side, “the communicator shared with the audience of the Atresmedia newscasts.
However the The most emotional moment of their connection came when Himar González recognized, live, how he was living this historic event for the island and for the Canary Islands.
“I never thought that would narrate this phenomenon “
Visibly moved, the Gran Canaria meteorologist acknowledged to her colleagues that “absolutely never in my life did I think I would narrate this phenomenon“. None of us thought of getting to cover this news today. I never thought of being here today transmitting what we are seeing,” he said to close his connection.