Volcano eruption in the Philippines

Beijing, Jan. 14, according to a comprehensive report, on the 12th local time, the Philippine resort of Taal suddenly erupted ash and steam, and then began to pour out lava, or large-scale eruption. Local government agencies and schools at all levels have stopped classes and classes, and the local Manila International Airport has been partially closed, so 450000 people may need to be evacuated. The authorities will prepare for the worst.
450000 people may need to evacuate if the volcano erupts soon!
Mount Taar, about 65 kilometers south of Manila, began to erupt Monday, AFP reported. No casualties have been reported. However, according to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and seismology, 75 earthquakes have occurred in the vicinity of Mount Taar, 32 of which are of high magnitude.
Authorities have warned that the volcano could erupt “in hours or days.”. It is reported that volcanic ash and steam were sprayed high above the ground, threatening air traffic safety, and surrounding residents were seriously affected by volcanic ash.
Emergency departments have evacuated about 20000 people from the surrounding area and may evacuate 450000 people within 14 kilometers of the volcano in the future.
The Philippine Civil Aviation Authority (CAAP) suspended flights from Manila’s Nino Aquino International Airport (NAIA) on the night of December 12 due to the impact of the volcano activity.
The Philippine Civil Aviation Authority (CAAP) suspended flights from Manila’s Nino Aquino International Airport (NAIA) on the night of December 12 due to the impact of the volcano activity.
Schools are closed, airports are closed, but weddings don’t stop!
The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and seismology has upgraded the five level warning level from the original third level to the fourth level, and urged residents to be vigilant and take precautions as soon as possible. Authorities also said the volcano erupted or triggered a “volcanic tsunami.”.
Philippine President duterte’s office ordered Manila’s government agencies and schools at all levels to suspend classes, and Philippine stock market also announced the 13 trading suspension.
The volcanic ash drifted to the metropolitan area of Manila, and Manila International Airport was closed for a time. It was not partially recovered until noon on the 13th, causing hundreds of flights to be delayed or cancelled. Flights to Clark International Airport, about 140 kilometers north of the volcano, were also affected.
However, on the 12th a new couple still held a wedding ceremony. At that time, behind the couple, the ash from the volcano had already rushed to the sky.
Wedding photographer Randolph Evan used photos to record a sacred moment for the couple, which showed that there seemed to be volcanic ash floating on their heads.
The volcano Taal in the Philippines is on the verge of eruption. It continues to erupt steam and ash. Philippine officials said today that mount thar erupted for seven months in 1754 and is now preparing for the worst possible situation.
In an article in the journal Philippine Studies, the eruption of Mount thar in 1754 was described as “the ultimate destruction of the town of Lake thar,” the star of the Philippines reported.
The Philippine volcano Seismological Bureau (philvocs) raised the volcano’s alert level from level 3 to level 4, which means that the volcano may erupt violently in the next few hours or days.
The Philippine volcano Seismological Bureau (philvocs) raised the volcano’s alert level from level 3 to level 4, which means that the volcano may erupt violently in the next few hours or days.
In 1754, the eruption of Mount talar began on May 14, and records show that the eruption caused 12 casualties. The records at the time read, “volcanoes continue to erupt flames, plumes and a lot of magma. Without the lake water, people on the shore would be burned.”
Volcanic eruptions and earthquakes did not end until December 12, 1754. After the disaster, half of the survivors in thar province suffered from “malignant fever”; the smell of sulfur disappeared six months later, and thar province was destroyed. Badanyan city became the new capital of badanyan province.
After the eruption, bonus, director of the volcano monitoring department of the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and seismology, said on the 13th that after the eruption of Mount Taar, it may erupt many times in months to years.