In Mexico have intensified again Colima volcano, which over the past day threw two pillars of ash. One of them was taller than four kilometers.
According to Luis Felipe Puente, the coordinator of the civil defence service of Mexico, the eruption at the volcano occurred on Wednesday. Colima threw a column of ash to a height of over 4,000 meters above sea level. Ash plume spread to the North-East of the volcano.
On the same day on the volcano, there was a second eruption. Height of ash emission was three kilometers.
Despite the eruption, authorities urged residents of nearby communities not to panic. Threat announced eight-kilometer zone around the volcano.
Colima volcano is one of the most active volcanoes of Mexico. It is located in a densely populated area on the territory of the States of Colima and Jalisco.