Chile Volcano: Chilean Village a Ghost Town after Calbuco's Twin Eruptions

  • The Calbuco volcano is seen erupting from Puerto Varas, Chile. |AP
  • The Calbuco volcano erupted Wednesday for the first time in more than 42 years, billowing a huge ash cloud over a sparsely populated, mountainous area in southern Chile. |AP
  • The Calbuco volcano is seen the background as cattle feed from a field covered with ash from the volcano's latest eruption in Puerto Varas, Chile. |AP
  • Volcanic ash from the Chile's Calbuco volcano lingers in the air of Villa La Angostura, Southern Argentina. |AP
  • A bus drives along an ash covered road, caused by the eruption of Chile's Calbuco volcano in Villa La Angostura, in southern Argentina. |AP
  • A bus drives along an ash covered road, caused by the eruption of Chile's Calbuco volcano in Villa La Angostura, in southern Argentina. |AP
  • A man walks in a park full of volcanic ash, spewed from the Chile's Calbuco volcano, in Villa La Angostura, southern Argentina. |AP
  • A car is covered in ash, left behind by the eruptions of the Calbuco volcano, in Ensenada, Chile.|AP
  • Men remove ash from a building's roof, left by the Calbuco volcano, in Ensenada, Chile. |AP
  • People evacuate the town of Ensenada, Chile after the Calbuco volcano erupted. |AP
  • A man waits at a bus stop waiting to be evacuated, on a street in the town of Ensenada awash with ash from the eruption of the Calbuco volcano in Puerto Varas, Chile. |AP
  • A man sweeps volcanic ash deposited from the eruption of the Calbuco Volcano, from the roof of a house in Puerto Varas, Chile. |AP
  • Ashes spewed by Chile's Calbuco volcano blankets the dock and boats anchored off Villa La Angostura in southern Argentina. |AP