Popocatépetl emits two-kilometer-high plume of volcanic gas

The general director of the National Center for Disaster Prevention (Cenapred), Carlos Valdés, reported that this morning the Popocatépetl volcano registered explosive activity, with a two-kilometer-high plume of volcanic gas.



National Coordinator of Civil Protection of the Ministry of the Interior (Segob), Luis Felipe Puente, reported that the warning light continues in Amarillo Phase 2 and recommended caution for the possible fall of ash.

https://twitter.com/LUISFELIPE_P/status/1038396113919909888 . . .