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World A couple in the Philippines say 'I do' as a volcano erupts in the background

11:58  14 january  2020
11:58  14 january  2020 Source:   honey.nine.com.au

Stunning photos show a huge volcanic eruption in the Philippines spewing smoke and ash into the sky, as experts warn of a possible tsunami

  Stunning photos show a huge volcanic eruption in the Philippines spewing smoke and ash into the sky, as experts warn of a possible tsunami The Taal volcano in the Philippines began spewing lava on Monday morning local time. This came a day after the volcano emitted a 1 km (0.6 mile) plume of ash, covering the surrounding area in blanket of volcanic dust. There were no immediate reports of injuries. A total of 450,000 people are said to be based in the 14 km danger zone surrounding the volcano. As of Monday 6 a.m. local time 7,700 people had already been sent to around 38 evacuation zones. See the Insider homepage for more stories.

On Sunday, a couple in the Philippines tied the knot just 10 kilometres away from the Taal Volcano , which erupted during the wedding ceremony. As Chino Vaflor and Kat Bautista Palomar said their wedding vows and walked down the aisle, photographer Randolf Evan captured dramatic shots of ash

A photographer captured the moment a couple said “ I do ” as a volcano erupted in the background of their wedding. On Sunday 12 January, Chino and Kat Vaflor were married in the Lightning strikes as a column of ash surrounds the crater of Taal Volcano as it erupts in Tagaytay, Philippines .

A couple in the Philippines went ahead with their wedding Sunday despite the eruption of a volcano spewing ash into the sky behind them.

Chino and Kat Vaflor were tying the knot at a venue 16km from the Taal Volcano when wedding photographer Randolf Evan captured dramatic shots of the couple with the ash plume seemingly overhead.

The Taal Volcano, about 59 kilometres south of Manila on the island of Luzon, erupted in the afternoon, forcing residents to evacuate as experts warned that another "hazardous explosive eruption" is possible.

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A couple in the Philippines went ahead with their wedding Sunday despite the eruption of a volcano spewing ash into the sky behind them. Evan said everyone at the wedding at Savanna Farm Tagaytay by Solange stayed "calm" as the couple said " I do ."

The Taal Volcano , about 37 miles south of Manila on the island of Luzon, erupted in the afternoon, forcing residents to evacuate as experts warned that Evan said everyone at the wedding at Savanna Farm Tagaytay by Solange stayed "calm" as the couple said " I do ." The venue later posted a picture

a group of people standing in front of a crowd: Chino and Kat Vaflor tied the knot in epic circumstances.© Courtesy of Randolf Evan Photography/CNN Chino and Kat Vaflor tied the knot in epic circumstances. "We were actually nervous because, while working we kept on checking social media for updates on the volcanic eruption," Mr Evan told CNN.

"So we were actually aware of the warnings and escalating levels that were being announced (in) real-time,

"We also discussed discreetly among ourselves what we should do when worst comes to worst."

Evan said everyone at the wedding at Savanna Farm Tagaytay by Solange stayed "calm" as the couple said, "I do."

The venue later posted a picture of the couple at the altar, swirling clouds in the distance, and wrote, "The wedding continues!"

The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology reported that the volcano exhibited a "fast escalation" in volcanic activity.

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The Taal Volcano , about 37 miles south of Manila on the island of Luzon, erupted in the afternoon, forcing residents to evacuate as experts warned that Evan said everyone at the wedding at Savanna Farm Tagaytay by Solange stayed “calm” as the couple said “ I do .” The venue later posted a picture

The Taal Volcano , about 37 miles south of Manila on the island of Luzon, erupted in the afternoon, forcing residents to evacuate as experts warned that Evan said everyone at the wedding at Savanna Farm Tagaytay by Solange stayed "calm" as the couple said , " I do ." The venue later posted a picture

The continuous eruption generated ash plumes 9.6-14.5km above the crater, it said.

The institute urged the evacuation of Taal Volcano island and several nearby towns.

The agency raised its alert status to indicate the possibility of a hazardous eruption with lava within hours to days.

Pictures: Insane photos of the Taal volcano eruption

a person flying through the air on a cloudy night: A lightning streak over Taal volcano where huge columns of ash and smoke were spewing out of the crater on Sunday night

Philippine volcano shows signs of calming, but danger remains .
Philippine volcano shows signs of calming, but danger remainsMANILA (Reuters) - A Philippine volcano that has been spewing ash for days appeared to be calming down on Thursday, but seismologists said the danger of an eruption remained high and authorities warned evacuees not to return to their homes.

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