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Popocatepetl Volcano Ash Grounds Mexico City Flights

Last month, the Popocatepetl volcano in Mexico began erupting, spewing ash and steam into the air. The volcano this week began acting up again, causing flights in nearby Mexico City to be cancelled. Mexican authorities have also cordoned off a 7-miles radius around the volcano. According to an Associated Press report, U.S. airlines including U.S. Airways, Delta Air Lines, United …

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Mexico Volcano Erupting, Officials Poised To Evacuate

Popocatepetl, the second highest peak in Mexico, has started ejecting burning rock fragments and has officials ready to evacuate nearby cities as warning levels increase to the third highest on a scale of 7. The volcano is about 40 miles south of Mexico City, where residents can see it clearly, and has had 15 documented eruptions. The latest was in …

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