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An Environment Ministry camera in El Salvador caught dramatic pictures of the Chaparrastique volcano shooting gas and ash ...
into the air on Sunday. Nearby residents were evacuated. (Dec. 30)
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NO ACCESS EL SALVADOREL SALVADOR ENVIRONMENT MINISTRY - AP CLIENTS ONLY++MUTE - QUALITY AS INCOMING++San Miguel, El Salvador - 29 December, 2013 1. Wide of plume of smoke being emitted from the Chaparrastique volcano as it begins to erupt 2. Wide of plume of smoke being emitted from the volcano TVO - NO ACCESS EL SALVADOR 3. Tilt up of bus driving along road; plumes of smoke and ash being emitted from volcano in the background 4. Various of smoke and steam being emitted from volcanoSTORYLINE: Authorities in El Salvador evacuated an area around the Chaparrastique volcano after it shot a cloud of gas and ash into the air on Sunday. The country's civil defence said a yellow alert had been issued and investigators had been sent to the area to look for signs of fresh lava, but added that none had been detected so far. The country's assistant Health Minister said two people had been treated at hospitals for respiratory problems apparently linked to the eruption. Huge plumes of smoke could be seen billowing out of the volcano from nearby towns. The volcano is located near the city of San Miguel in the east of the country. San Miguel is one of the country's largest cities and is located 30 miles (50 kilometres) from the volcano. Authorities evacuated residents from their homes to nearby shelters. El Salvador's Red Cross says evacuations have been ordered for inhabitants living within about three kilometres (two miles) of the 2,129 metre (7,025-foot) volcano. It last erupted in 1976.(****END****)