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Volcanic News: Philippines

Jan 27, 2007
THE Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology yesterday warned villagers living within the permanent danger zone of Mount Bulusan to take extra precautions after the volcano again showed signs of restiveness. At least 40 volcanic quakes have been recorded near the volcano since Thursday morning.PHIVOLCS chief Director Renato Solidum Jr. in a radio interview, said that steaming activity accompanied the quakes during the last 24 hours.The steam, he added, rose 20 to 100 meters high southwest of the volcano.Alert Level 1 remains in effect over the volcano, meaning people are barred from venturing within the four-kilometer permanent danger zone.
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