Chile volcano: Four months on

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In June 2011, the Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcano range in southern Chile erupted, releasing a massive ash cloud.

For the following months, on an almost daily basis, tonnes of volcanic ash have fallen over the area - including on the picturesque town of Villa La Angostura in Argentina Patagonia, the closest urban centre to the site.

It has had a dramatic impact on farming and ranching in the town, as locals Fabian Cuadrado, Juan Chabol and his sister Silvia explain.

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