Lady Resident Suffers Eye Injury After Ashfall From Taal Hits Her Eye
A lady resident suffered from an eye injury due to continuous ashfall from the ongoing Taal Volcano’s eruption.
Taal Volcano continues to emit ashes, small stones, and other pyroclastic materials after its unexpected eruption last weekend. The incident affects thousands of residents and even cause damage to properties.
Phivolcs has also recorded a series of earthquakes after the eruption as they continue to monitor irregularities. The state seismology agency explained that the volcano could have eruptions after showing signs of unrest.
The Department of Health also advised the residents to stay at their houses and to use face masks to avoid exposure to ashes and elements from Taal Volcano. Exposure to ash plumes could cause several health problems.
Recently, a Facebook user named Dianice Mataberde has shared the photos of a lady resident who allegedly suffered an eye injury due to the continuous ashfall from Taal. The victim has been identified as Janice Ianne Aragon.
In the photos, it can be seen that Aragon’s eye suffers from a blood clot and redness of eye after a tiny particle from the volcano hits her eye. The speck on her eye caused irritation and painful sensation.
Aragon is also urging her fellow residents to wear goggles or sunglasses when going outside of their homes.
Here is the full post:
“Guys, Need talaga mag shades or maggoggles pag lalabas..
Kanina lang to before shift namin.. napuwing lang siya tapos ni rub niya kase tapos ayun na nangyari, d niya napansin na may bloodclut na pala sa part ng mata na yun..maliit lang yan kanina hangang medyo lumaki na yung blood sa loob..
ctto Janice Ianne Aragon“
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