Chilean Volcano Drops Ash in Argentina and Puts on a Display of Lighting (31 pics + 1 video)

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This is the Puyehue volcano that is located in southern Chile. It erupted violently on June 5 and displayed a considerable amount of ash and smoke high into the air. The column of ash, smoke and gas was three miles wide and six miles high (10km). It was brought to Argentina by the wind covering some of its cities with a blanket of ash.

 

The ash cloud has reached a height of 6 miles, and is now carpeting cities in Argentina.

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  1. lolipop
    ohoo....
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  2. maiinli
    They are so nice
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  3. GOODSTUFF4U
    will be back tomorrow to update the volcano stuff - bed time for bonzo
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  4. lolzz
    Nice rallytrack in the make!
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  5. wow
    woooow impressive, there are also videos & pics of how the day becomes straight night in the noon
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  6. Tarzan
    cant do anything against mother nature.. fucking humans..
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  7. chrisbumble
    good for politicians.
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