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COLIMA VOLCANO IN MEXICO ERUPTED, HUNDREDS OF RESIDENTS EVACUATED


Ash and black smoke billowing from the volcano crater is 690 kilometers Northwest of Mexico City. Lava flow caused by the eruption was reported seen draining the slopes of Colima.

The eruption of more than 350 people living in La Yerbabuena and La Becerrera-foot mountain areas--forced to evacuated.

Eruptions were reported since Friday, September 30, 2016. Hot stones down from the crater and making the citizens who are on the slopes to the South and Southeast is hit by anxiety.

As quoted from the Bostonglobe, eruption first happened on Friday, September 30, 2016.

The eruption resulted in the hot stones from the mountain, also called Volcano of Fire that rolled toward the neighborhood residents.

In addition, the smoke thick and volcanic ash also feared can harm the citizens.

The evacuation was done in 3 villages. There has been no death toll or wounded by this natural disaster.

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The eruption of Colima also occurred earlier in the year 2016. The eruption was referred to as a large eruption is feared will repeat again the incident in 1913.

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