December 2015 – MEXICO – The Volcano of Colima, in Mexico, recorded an explosion today that caused a 2,000-meter-high ash column, warned Luis Felipe Puente, national commissioner for Civil Protection. The official used his Twitter account to warn about a possible ash rain in the surrounding areas of the volcano. The ash spreading is the rain of fragmented material of very small diameter that occurs during explosive eruptions and is controlled by the direction and speed of the wind, media outlets said today.
Also called Volcano of Fire of Colima, it is located in the borders of the states of Colima and Jalisco. According to the data published here, since the volcano began its activity in December, it has increased slightly, recording an average of 10 or 12 events a day. –Prensa Latina