Indonesian Sinabung Volcano Eruption Caused Earthquakes: PHOTOS of Fantastic Ash Column (Updated) +Video

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A volcano on Indonesia’s Sumatra island has erupted, creating a gas tower and forcing 30,000 people to leave the area, Time reports.

Updated (05:57 EST Feb. 20)

  • The eruption caused earthquakes and showered nearby houses with little stones;
  • Fortunately, there are still no deaths and injuries;
  • The exclusion zone was marked 4,3 mi around the volcano;
  • Kutacane airport was closed during the eruption;

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Source: AP Photo

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Indonesian danger 

Mount Sinabung on the Indonesian island of Sumatra has erupted, making an ash column 16,400 feet high.

The continuous danger has forced to leave almost 30,000 residents. There are no victims of the eruption.

Disaster agency spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho says hot ash clouds traveled as far as 16,076 feet southward.

Also, a “red notice” was issued to the airlines.

of Sinabung eruption: 

Source: Antara Foto Agency/Reuters

The last alert was made by Mayon Volcano, Philipines.  

Check out the list of 4 biggest volcano eruptions: 

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