Volcanic Eruption in Chile Fills Argentinian Lake with Ash

On June 4, southern Chile's Puyehue volcano erupted for the first time in 50 years. It's been spewing giant ash clouds ever since. Enough ash, it seems, to make the Nahuel Huapi Lake in neighboring Argentina an unrecognizable, soot-covered abyss, as you'll see in the above video of one diver's attempt to sift… » 6/17/11 7:20am 6/17/11 7:20am