Tens of thousands stranded as Bali volcano closes airport

Indonesian authorities lifted a warning for a rumbling volcano on Bali to a tip turn on Monday, stranding tens of thousands of travelers as charcoal clouds forced a closure of a traveller island’s general airport.

Mount Agung has been hurling clouds of white and dim gray charcoal about 3,000 meters (9,800 feet) into a atmosphere given a weekend. Video expelled by a inhabitant disaster group showed a mudflow of volcanic waste and H2O famous as a lahar relocating down a volcano’s slopes. It pronounced lahars could boost as it’s stormy deteriorate and warned people to stay divided from rivers.

Bali’s airfield was sealed early Monday after tests indicated charcoal had reached a airspace and authorities lifted a volcano’s warning to a tip risk level.

Flight information play showed rows of cancelations as tourists arrived during a bustling airfield awaiting to locate flights home.

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