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Eruption in Mexico Forces Hundreds of Residents to Evacuate

Plumes of ash and streams of lava from a volcanic eruption in Mexico have forced more than 300 residents to evacuate their homes in Colima, Mexico on Friday. On Saturday, COO of the State System of Civil Protection Melchor Ursua Quiroz issued a statement regarding the evacuation of the residents. “Temporary accommodations, which allow us... Read more » Eruption in Mexico Forces Hundreds
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