Lascar Volcano in Chile stirs, sending plume skyward
Smoke billows from erupting Lascar volcano in Chile
Chile's erupting Lascar volcano is sending plumes of smoke and ash into the sky, reaching nearly as far as 6,000 metres above its crater. This footage shows the plumes billowing from the mouth of the volcano in the northern part of the country. It has led authorities to issue a yellow alert, but as of Sunday morning (11 December), there had been no damage to property. Lascar last erupted in 1993, and since then only minor volcanic activity ha…
Lascar Volcano In Chile's Andes Stirs, Shoots Smoke, Ash 6 Kms Upwards
A volcano in the Andes in Chile's north rumbled to life early Saturday, triggering minor earth tremors and sending a plume of smoke and ash 6,000 meters (nearly 20,000 feet) into a clear sky.
Lascar volcano in Chile stirs, sending plume skyward
SANTIAGO, Dec 11 — A volcano in the Andes in Chile’s north rumbled to life early yesterday, triggering minor earth tremors and sending a plume of smoke and ash 6,000 metres into a clear sky. Chile’s National Geology and Mining Service reported that at 12.36am (1536 GMT/11.36pm Malaysian time) the Lascar volcano stirred. The volcano sent “an eruptive column” comprising volcanic ash and hot gases 6,000 metres above its crater, the service said. Au…