The above extract is from the Piers Corbyn Earthquake and Volcano forecast for October 2011 issued in September
Chilean authorities have evacuated people living near the Hudson Volcano after it exploded and spewed a steam cloud half a mile into the air.
Chilean authorities were still evacuating residents living near a volcano in the country's far south after a volcano spewed a jet of steam 3,200 feet into the air and seismic activity triggered an avalanche.
Government officials flew over the Hudson volcano, which lies around 1,000 miles south of the Chilean capital Santiago.
More than 100 residents from the sparsely populated area have been evacuated as a precaution as the state emergency office ONEMI increased the volcanic alert status to Level 5 in preparation for an imminent major eruption.
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The Hudson volcano last erupted in 1991, melting part of the glacier that sits on the crater and triggering mud flows.
The recent activity comes in the wake of a string of eruptions at other volcanoes in Chile.
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