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Poas Volcano Eruption on Tuesday

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(QCOSTARICA) The Poas volcano, northwest of San Jose, on Tuesday (August 16, 2016), at 2:09pm local time, erupte with a column of gas that rose to a height of 100 metres above the crater (2,808  metres – 9210.24 ft – above sea level).

The activity lasted 2 minutes.

Watch the video by the national volcanoligical institute (OVSICORI-UNA)

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Click here for the live feed of the camera pointed at the Poas volcano
Meanwhile, the Turrialba volcano (in Cartago, east of San Jose) continued on Tuesday with “passive emanation of gases and water vapor”.

The image is from the OVSICORI cameras pointed at the coloussus.

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