A volcano on a Indonesian review island of Bali erupted on Tuesday, days after authorities lowered a warning turn one notch, an central said.
Mount Agung spewed gray charcoal 1,500 meters into a atmosphere, pronounced Sutopo Nugroho, orator for a National Disaster Management Agency.
There were no casualties, he said.
On Saturday, authorities lowered a volcano’s warning turn one nick from a top turn after a solid diminution in activity.
The ostracism section was reduced from 6 kilometers to 4 kilometers, permitting thousands of people who had stayed in proxy shelters to lapse home.
But about 15,000 evacuees remained in a shelters, too fearful to lapse to their homes circuitously a volcano, Sutopo said.
Authorities lifted a warning warning to a top turn on Nov. 22 and systematic a depletion of people vital circuitously following dual days of eruptions.
The 3,031-meter Mount Agung’s final lethal eruptions occurred in 1963 and 1964, during that 1,200 people were killed.
Indonesia sits on a supposed Pacific Ring of Fire, an area famous for seismic upheavals and volcanic eruptions.