Mexico’s Popocatepetl Spews Ash Miles Into The Air
The volcano, which is located about 70 km (43 miles) southeast of Mexico City, had been dormant for decades until its eruption in 1994. Since then, its rumblings have become a party of daily life for are residents.
“People in the city get afraid. The fear does not exist here,” José Cortés Agustín told CNNMexico in 2013
. “He (the volcano) would not hurt us. He gives us beautiful images that there’s no reason to fear.”