Eruption at Colima volcano sends columns of ashes 2 kilometers in the sky

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The Colima volcano erupted on December 24 and Chrismas Day sending gas and ashes 2 kilometers in the air.

The volcanic alert remains at the “yellow” level, although officials have warned people about the possibility of falling ash and encouraged to cover doors and windows with wet towels.

Pictures of the eruption on Christmas Day 2015:

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The Colima volcano is 3860 m high and is located on the border between the western state of Jalisco and Colima. It is considered as one of the most active volcanoes in the country along with the Popocatepetl near Mexico City.

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