Building Rooftop Covered W/ Thick Ashfall After Taal Volcano Eruption
TAAL VOLCANO ERUPTION – Photos of a building in Mandaluyong that’s covered with thick layers of ashfall after Taal volcano eruption.
The second most active volcano in the Philippines, Taal volcano erupted on Sunday, January 12, 2020. A Filipina clairvoyant Hayi “Mamu” Cruz allegedly predicted the eruption of Taal last year. It discharges small rocks and ash and steam. Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) head Renato Solidum said it is a “very small volcano but a dangerous volcano.”
National Disaster Risk Reduction Management (NDRRMC) has ordered the 6,000 residents to leave their houses because the eruption could cause a tsunami. The flight has been canceled at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) due to the presence of volcanic ash.
In a previous article, photos of a town near Taal volcano’s crater lake went viral on social media. It can be seen on the photos that the ashfall has covered the whole town and looked like a “desert.”
Industry experts urged the people to stop using air conditioners during the ashfall. They said it would clog the AC’s outdoor condenser coil and must clean the units after the ashfall subsides.
A few hours ago, News 5 shared some photos of a condominium’s roof deck in Mandaluyong City. It can be seen on the photos that a thick layer of ashfall deposits on the rooftop.
Here are the photos:
The photos of the rooftop that’s covered with ashfall gathered various reactions from the online community. Here are some of their comments on the post:
@Dagohoy Guevarra: “PweDe naman magtabe kahit isang dakot AT itago lng sort as remembrance bihira lang nagbubuga ng ashes ung Vulcan sa loob ng maramIng taon.”
@Rodel Cuenca-Manalo Vitug-Mallari: “Wala pa yan compare sa naransan sa mount pinatubo una ashfall”
@Rosalina Viste: “Mayaman yong abu ng taal para sa halaman Hindi na kailangan ng fertilizer gamitin niyo kasi maganda sa halaman”
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