Costa Rican colossus Turrialba volcano spreads ash across capitol city San Jose after strong eruption

imageThe strong eruption by volcano Turrialba at the 01:19 local time affected a great part of the Costa Rican capital, which got up Thursday covered by a thin layer of ashes. Television stations transmitted images of the exact moment of the explosion, with a column of smoke and ashes, gases and other materials. The Turrialba is 3,340 meters high, the 2nd highest in Costa Rica after the Irazu volcano, with 3,432 meters, and the experts stated that after this eruption, which lasted 11 minutes, the volcano went back to its passive state. Most of the affectations were located in the Central Valley, particularly San Jose, the capital, and the smell at sulfur was still present, just as ashes in the air. Sulfer can be seen being released from the eruption on the earthwindmap, what is also very interesting is massive sulphur dioxide from the Nicaraguan Concepcion volcano at the same time Read Article