Streams of lava and large plumes of ash emitted in a dramatic volcanic eruption has forced residents in the state of Colima, Mexico to leave their homes. One of the most active volcanoes in North America, the Colima volcano has been erupting slowly since early September. More than 300 people were ordered on Friday to evacuate from two villages in the

foothills of Volcan de Fuego, the 3,839-meter mountain which towers over the states of Jalisco and Colima. A timelapse taken from a webcam observing the peak shows its most recent fiery outburst, raining molten rock and ash on the surrounding area. READ MORE