This is the first time, two volcanoes erupt simultaneously in Peru. Sabancaya and Ubinas volcanoes are separated by a distance of 100 kilometers, have different magma chambers, but they are erupting simultaneously right now! What a
rare coincidence! Both volcanoes are sending large volcanic cloud of ash and gas and show an enhanced seismic

activity. Impressive explosions occur about every 4 hours, but every 15 minutes a small explosion occurs. Sabancaya Ubinas and are separated by a distance of 100 kilometers. According to volcanologists, they have different magma chambers and currently simultaneous eruptions. A rare coincidence! CONTINUE