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Chile and Argentina issue red alert for volcano eruption
Igor I. Solar
Santiago - About 2,250 people are being evacuated today from a radius of about 25 kilometers from the crater of the Copahue volcano in central-southern Chile; the 3,000 meter volcano has started seismic and eruptive activity.
Volcano red alert issued on Chile-Argentina border (video)
Chilean authorities have issued a top level "red" alert as the Copahue volcano began spewing ash, bringing fears of an imminent eruption.
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Copahue volcano on red alert, December 24.
Volcano Copahue. Chile and Argentina issued red alert for eruptive activity of this active Andean volcano in the south of Chile.
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