The Spectacular ‘thunder crown’ That Generated the Eruption of the Taal Volcano

The ashes expelled by the Taal Philippine volcano, which began activity on January 13, have covered 14 kilometers around the affected area, including the tourist centers of the place.

This is how residents of Luzon Island have managed to capture different images that demonstrate the impressive volcanic activity, which has caused tremors with magnitudes between 1.2 and 4.1.

As you will see in the videos published on social networks, the Taal eruption has left a gigantic mantle up to a kilometer high.

This triggered a thunderstorm that rumbled with lightning and thunder.

Volcanic activity has forced the evacuation of 38,200 people in the surrounding areas.

Despite being one of the smallest volcanoes in the world, the residual dust expelled by the Taal has caused the temporary closure of the Manila International Airport and the suspension of all flights to and from that capital as a security measure.

Watch the videos and see the photos posted to social media down below:


Source: Elcomercio