Another eruption from the Calbuco volcano in Chile

Another eruption from the Calbuco volcano in Chile
The Chilean Calbuco volcano, which had two powerful eruptions last week, on Thursday erupted again.

TV footage from the site shows a new cloud of smoke rising from the volcano in the Los Lagos region, about 1,000 kilometers south of Santiago. The Calbuco Volcano is one of the most active volcanoes in the area.

The volcano last week spewed out over 200 million tons of ash, and several nearby towns were covered by thick layers of ash.

The Salmon industry in the area was hit hard, and air traffic was affected as far away as Buenos Aires, 1400 km away.

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