102 years since the Volcano de Colima has darkened the skies like this last eruption
The eruption of 1913 Colima Volcano began the 16 of January , reached its climax on 20 and ended with small pyroclastic flows (hot mixtures of gases , ash and fragments of rock ) on 24 January. The inhabitants of villages near the volcano, is remembered simply as "La reventazón".
To get an idea of the scope of this eruption 102 years ago an article explains that in January 1913 there were reports of ashfall in Saltillo, Coahuila, a city located 725 kilometers away; and Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes, 262 kilometers from the Volcano of Fire.
Infographic area pyroclastic flows, lahars and lava Colima Volcano
COLIMA The Interior Ministry published the infographic area pyroclastic flows, lahars and lava volcano of Colima, pointing in three areas of risk: red color as the area most endangered, orange as less dangerous area and the yellow and low risk. Colima volcano is located at an altitude of 3860 meters from sea level and 32 kilometers from the capital of Colima.