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Volcanic activity in Colombia and West Sumatra.

Mount Marapi in West Sumatra spewed volcanic ash up to 500 meters (1,500 feet) into the sky on Sunday morning. The volcano spewed volcanic ash for about 10 minutes starting at around 08.30 a.m.
The volcano has spewed thick smoke and volcanic ash almost every day since it began showing signs of increased activity on August 3, 2011.

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Colombian volcano spews ash and gas
The Volcanic Observatory in Manizales said a plume of ash and gas from Nevado del Ruiz rose to a height of 2,000m (6,500ft) on Sunday.

Scientists at the observatory warned there was a risk of an eruption “within days or weeks”.

More than 25,000 people died in a mudslide caused by Nevado del Ruiz in its last eruption in 1985.

Officials have distributed 30,000 face masks to residents living in areas affected by ash from the volcano.

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3 Responses to More volcanoes acting up

  1. Nicolas says:

    Here we go ;o) We’re screwed!
    Much love everyone! X

  2. Kevin Thomas says:

    We are getting swarms of small earthquakes in the Bay of Plenty New Zealand associated with volcanic precursor activity around White Island.


  3. Richard B says:

    Not yet, Nicolas; one day at a time. Planning to mow my lawn on Sunday….

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