Cedric Daep, Provincial Disaster Coordinating Council executive officer, said even after the alert level status of Mayon had been lowered by the Phivolcs, villagers are still advised to keep off a 7-km extended danger zone.Mayon
spewed around 52 million cubic meters of hot lava, creating its longest lava trail in 30 years.
Volcanologists earlier warned of possible life-threatening pyroclastic flows that could be generated by the collapse of these lava deposits.
"We have already informed (the evacuees) since two weeks ago of the hazards they may face as villagers residing near the foot of Mayon
even after the alert level status has been lowered," Daep