Pavlov goes Red

Pavlof erupts Easter 2016
Photo credit: AVO/Colt Snapp

Pavlof Volcano out on the Aleutian Chain erupted on Easter Sunday, sending a plume of ash over 20,000 feet into the air. Pavlov is Alaska’s second most active volcano, erupting 40 times during recorded history.

A passenger on a PenAir flight out to Dutch Harbor caught the very cool image above.

The alert level for Pavlov now stands at “Red”.

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