On January 9, Mexico erupted in the country's most active volcano, Popocatepetl. He threw a column of ash three kilometers high.
The disaster is reported by the National Center for Disaster Prevention of Mexico, Cenapred.
The volcano threw a column of ash three kilometers high. People are asked not to approach the volcano,
- the message says.
A satellite from the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration pulled volcanic eruptions from space.
What is known about Popocatepetl?
It is one of the most active active volcanoes in the world. Located just 64 kilometers from the capital of Mexico, Mexico City.
Activity began to be observed on August 31, 2011: the volcano threw steam, gas and ash four times from its crater. In mid-April 2012, a new phase of volcano activity began. A major eruption of the volcano occurred on March 28, 2016, then a column of ash and smoke 2000 meters high rose into the sky.