More than 30 towns near the Mexican capital were "covered" the ash cloud, which is released into the Mexican volcano Popocatepetl Saturday.
Release products, caught by a strong wind, mostly scattered in the neighboring state of Puebla Mexico. As reported by the Mexican volcanologists from natural vents colossus also spewed "hot products of the volcano," which covered the slopes of the "fiery mountain". At the same time, representatives of civil defense said that another surge of activity Popocatepetl is not dangerous to the public. Alert level around the volcano is still active on the usual "yellow" mark.
Popocatepetl is located 55 kilometers south-east of Mexico City. Ashes that periodically emits a volcano repeatedly reached multimillion metropolis, reports ITAR-TASS.