Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Video: Mexico's Colima volcano sends ash plume high into sky

The Colima volcano in western Mexico sent a 1.9-kilometer (1.2-mile) plume of smoke and ash into the sky Tuesday during its third eruption this week, the national emergency management agency said.

The eruption at 7:05 am sent a plume skyward that the wind carried in a southeasterly direction, emergency management chief Luis Felipe Puente said in a Twitter post.
  EFE/EPA
24/1/17
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  • M 3.3 - COLIMA, MEXICO - 2017-01-24 11:40:01 UTC

Magnitude M 3.3
Region COLIMA, MEXICO
Date time 2017-01-24 11:40:01.0 UTC
Location 19.39 N ; 103.98 W
Depth 5 km
Distances 157 km SW of Guadalajara, Mexico / pop: 1,641,000 / local time: 05:40:01.0 2017-01-24 
33 km NW of Colima, Mexico / pop: 128,000 / local time: 05:40:01.0 2017-01-24 
9 km E of Minatitlán, Mexico / pop: 4,700 / local time: 05:40:01.0 2017-01-24 

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Related 3/10/16:

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  • Video: Colima volcano spewed ash and smoke on Monday, January 23, four days after a series of dramatic night-time eruptions.

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