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Tungurahua Volcano eruption, Ecuador

Ecuador’s Tungurahua volcano spewed ash, gases and molten rocks on Friday and there is an imminent eruption threat.

“The volcano is totally plugged up and the roars are making people nervous”

More than 1000 residents and villagers living nearby have been ordered by Authorities in Ecuador to evacuate.

The reports from Ecuador’s Geophysics Institute said the activity could become more intense in coming days.

The institute said the volcano has spewed ash but there have been no lava flows.

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