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RAW:Volcano Turrialba erupts again in Costa Rica, smoke 3,000 meters high

RAW:Volcano Turrialba erupts again in Costa Rica, smoke 3,000 meters high

Volcano Turrialba erupted again on July 25 in Province of Cartago, some 37 kilometers northeast of San Jose, capital of Costa Rica.

There were two major eruptions within over an hour.
The first one occurred at 07:22 a.m. local time, with smoke reaching some 3,000 meters high into the sky, and the second at 8:26 p.m. local time around 1,500 meters high.

Volcano Turrialba has been through a phase of intermittent activities since late 2015, causing various damages to nearby residential areas due to its ash fall.

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