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Contact Admin. A steady stream of smoke and ash leaking from the Villarrica volcano has residents of a nearby town wondering if - or when - disaster might strike.
Chilean officials raised threat levels to orange on Wednesday due to increasing signs of activity in the meter tall volcano, leaving area residents fearful of an eruption. A steady stream of smoke and ash being released from the Villarrica volcano has residents wondering if - or when - disaster might strike.
Could something happen tomorrow? The BBC reports that local authorities canceled classes for the more than 5, students in the area.
Many of the residents in towns and communities surrounding the volcano had to be evacuated earlier in the month, when lava and smoke erupted from the peak in the early hours of the morning. Adding to the threat of ash and lava, the peak is covered by a glacier cap and snow, causing some officials to worry the eruption could cause mudslides or force rivers to flood and jump their banks. The peak, located about miles south of Santiago, is a popular hiking destination for tourists who could until recently peer into the crater and wonder about the volcano's destructive capacity.
An eruption earlier this month triggered an evacuation, and residents worry it could happen again. The calm sky provided a contrasting backdrop to the volcano, which officials worry could melt glacial waters and accumulated snow. Authorities raised threat levels last Wednesday when ash started pouring out of Villarrica again, after an earlier eruption was believed to have subsided. The peak, located about miles south of Santiago, is a popular hiking destination for tourists.