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Turrialba Volcano eruption in Costa Rica: Photos from the web

November 1, 2014

On Wednesday night a massive phreatic eruption spewed ash, rocks and possibly magma from the Turrialba Volcano, located 60 kilometers northeast of Costa Rica’s capital, San José. Here are some of the most incredible photos from around the web.

(Via Facebook)
(Via Facebook)
(Via Facebook)
Ash collected from a farm in Turrialba. (Via Facebook)
(Via Facebook)
A cow in Turrialba covered in ash. (Via Facebook)
(Via Facebook)
A car in San Pedro de Coranado covered in ash. (Via Facebook)
(Via Facebook)
Ash rained down in Turrialba. (Via Facebook)
(Via Facebook)
Vulcanologists take temperature readings of the volcano. (Via Facebook)
(Via Facebook)
(Via Facebook)
(Via Facebook)
A flower covered in ash in San Pablo de Oreamuno. (Via Facebook)
(Via Facebook)
(Via Facebook)
Ash falling over farm animals
Ash falling over farm animals and crops is one of the main effects of the recent activity of the Turrialba Volcano. (Courtesy of RSN)

Got volcano photos to share from Turrialba? Send them to afont@ticotimes.net.

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