Volcano near Mexico city threw a column of ash
The activity of Popocatepetl Again began to grow after a few days of relative calm.
Volcano Popocatepetl, located near Mexico City, on the night of Saturday, June 29, threw a column of ash height of about 1.5 km. This was reported by the national center for disaster prevention.
According to preliminary data, in the coming hours, ash is expected to fall in several areas of the States located to the South-West of the volcano.
The threat level in the Popocatepetl Area, which was raised at the end of March 2019, has not changed. His activity continues to be monitored around the clock.
Popocatepetl is 70 km from Mexico city and reaches a height of 5.42 km, the Volcano is among the largest and most active in the country.
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