The Mount Agung volcano on a Indonesian island of Bali has spewed thick plumes of charcoal 2,500 metres into a sky in a latest eruption, a country’s disaster government group says.
Monday’s tear was brief and there were no casualties, pronounced group orator Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, adding that a review island’s general airfield was handling normally.
Authorities lifted a warning warning to a top turn on Nov 27 and systematic a depletion of scarcely 100,000 people.
The 3,031-metre Mount Agung final erupted for a duration of roughly a year in 1963 and 1964, withdrawal about 1,200 people dead.
Indonesia sits on a supposed Pacific Ring of Fire, an area famous for seismic upheavals and volcanic eruptions.