September 28, 2013. Early in the morning of September 25 nearby residents volcano telly witnessed sudden release of ash from the crater of a fire-breathing mountains. The height of an ash column, according to the expert of the National Service for the prevention and mitigation of natural disasters Nicaragua (SINAPRED), was 100 meters.
Residents of nearby villages were immediately notified of the possible danger and the need to ensure a supply of water and food. However, the "volley" telly was single: further volcanic activity was not recorded.
Representatives SINAPRED argue that seismographic sensors are not identified uplift of lava that accompanies the eruption. According to geologists, the emission of ash was due to the increase in pressure in the crater of the volcano.
Volcano telly, located about 80 kilometers north-west of Managua, — one of the most active volcanoes in the country. In its structure, the telly is a stratovolcano or layered volcano — its surface is composed of layers of lava, tephra, and volcanic ash. The highest point of the volcano telly — 1061 meters above sea level. The last eruption of the volcano dates back to 2007.