Mexican volcano activity Popokatepetel concern: photo

Mexican volcano activity Popokatepetel concern: photo Facts

Popokatepetel volcano was given third of the 7 levels of anxiety. For prolonged activity will be declared mandatory evacuation from adjacent areas.

  1. Molten rock, ash and smoke thrown volcano April 20, 2012, are seen in the central state of Puebla. Hot gases and rocks scattered over a distance of 1.5 kilometers.

  2. Rising smoke and ash forced the government to start preparing evacuation routes and shelters in case of a major eruption.

  3. Popokatepetel throws rocks with hot ashes.

  4. Eruption Popokatepetelya April 18, 2012, recorded from San Andres.

  5. Smoke, rises from the crater of the volcano April 20, 2012.

  6. The morning of smoke April 14, 2012 surrounded surrounding areas.

  7. Families line up for water and protective masks of ash spewing Popokatepelem. Villagers Ksalitsitla reported that the windows of their homes severely shaken during the nocturnal activity of the volcano.

  8. Woman with water and a face mask out of the distribution center April 20, 2012.

  9. Exhaust smoke and ash, recorded April 20, 2012 from Uehotsingo.

  10. Exhaust smoke and ash, recorded April 18, 2012 in San Andres.

  11. Exhaust smoke and ash, recorded April 20, 2012 from Uehotsingo.

  12. Exhaust smoke and ash, recorded April 18, 2012 in San Nicolas.

  13. Residents near the evacuation path in Ksalitsitla April 20, 2012. A white cloud of gas, ash and steam spread over the village.

  14. A woman comes out of the distribution center with water and protective masks in Ksalitsitla.

  15. Ash and smoke spewing volcano April 17, 2012, is seen at a distance of 12 kilometers.

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