Colima Volcano keeps yellow alert
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A part of the volcano is located in Jalisco, in the municipalities of Tuxpan, Tonila and Zapotiltlán de Vadillo. NTX
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Residents are advised to prepare for possible evacuation and be attentive to official information
Tuxpan, Jalisco (07/ENE/2013.) - After exhalation presented Sunday the Colima volcano, plume which reached the thousand 500 meters high, the situation in the municipalities relatives remains calm.
The volcano remains on yellow alert, which means that it is "restless" and residents are advised to be alert to the official information, prepare for a possible evacuation, have on hand your important documents and know the place of meeting to which would move, according to a board placed outside of the regional Civil Protection of Ciudad Guzmán.
In fact a tour this morning and into the afternoon, it was observed that the natives of nearby towns like San Marcos Atenquique and, among other locations, remain calm, even those living virtually at the foot of the volcano, as the resident in Juan Barragan, a small town located at the foot of the Volcan de Fuego, who say they have not received warning signs and only realized exhalation.
This morning Jalisco Civil Protection held a meeting with scientists to assess the situation, so far have not released the results of that meeting, and everything continues as the Sunday night, with only the three thousand visitors evacuated from Parque El Nevado and without emergency signals for the locals.
During one visit today, about 17:30 pm in the park was seen only patrol Jalisco Civil Protection and three elements of the same unit guarding the place, to prevent passage to visitors until further notice. Caregivers access to El Nevado also know when to reopen access.
A part of the volcano is located in Jalisco, in the municipalities of Tuxpan, Tonila and Zapotiltlán de Vadillo.
Photo of Sunday's surprise eruption: http://puentelibre.mx/_notas/1184327