Indonesia's Semeru volcano spews ash into sky

Indonesia's Semeru volcano spews ash into sky

4/12/2021 3:29:00 PM

Indonesia's Semeru volcano spews ash into sky

JAKARTA: Indonesia\u0027s Semeru volcano on the east of Java island erupted on Saturday, spewing out clouds of smoke and ash and sending residents running in some nearby areas including the district of Lumajang. No damage to buildings or casualties were reported, the country\u0027s disaster mitigation agency (BNPB)

JAKARTA: Indonesia's Semeru volcano on the east of Java island erupted on Saturday, spewing out clouds of smoke and ash and sending residents running in some nearby areas including the district of Lumajang.No damage to buildings or casualties were reported, the country's disaster mitigation agency (BNPB) said in a statement, adding that the local disaster agency was setting up evacuation tents.

Videos shared by the BNPB showed local residents running as towering smoke and ash blanketed some nearby villages in East Java province.Gunung Semeru mengalami peningkatan aktivitas vulkanik yang ditunjukkan dengan terjadinya guguran awan panas mengarah ke...

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