The Calbuco volcano in Chile erupted in April 2015, forcing the evacuation of residents within 20 kilometers (12 miles), as ordered by the National Office of Emergency of the Interior Ministry, reports Agence France-Presse. ONEMI, as it is known, is the Chilean government agency dedicated to aiding recovery efforts during natural disasters.
It is amazing to see the amount of volcanic ash and debris that is being released. One can easily imagine how enough ash and debris can block the sun and affect plant life. This will in turn affect animals who survive on plants and in turn affect humans who need meat to survive. (Video after the series of photos below: