Chilean authorities warned Sunday the Calbuco volcano that erupted twice this week may erupt again. More than 6,000 people were evacuated due to the thick clouds of volcanic ash that rose 12 miles into the air and coated surrounding areas in southern Chile since the first eruption Thursday. Scientists also said they are concerned that expected rain this week could mix with the ash to form dangerous mudslides. The Chilean government announced Saturday it would provide aid to help with financial losses in an effort to help farmers evacuate farm animals.
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