Indonesia: Mount Sinabung erupts, spewed ash up to five kilometres into the sky

Aug 11 2020 05:19 PM
Indonesia: Mount Sinabung erupts, spewed ash up to five kilometres into the sky

For the past several days, the increasing outbreak of disasters around the world has made it difficult for people to live. Every day, someone is becoming a victim of these disasters. A volcano eruption wreaked havoc in Indonesia. This volcano was so fierce that its smoke covered the sky for 5 kilometres. The whole sky turned black. Even its video is also going viral.

According to media reports, this video has also been shared on Twitter. This video is of Mount Sinabung Volcano on Sumatra Island. This volcano erupted suddenly on Monday. After its burst, there was a huge amount of ash and smoke coming out of it. Smoke and ash reached a height of about 5000 meters i.e. 16,400 feet. Smoke started appearing in the sky. The local administration has suggested to the villagers that they should not go within 5 km radius of the volcano. On social media, people are praying for the well being of both humans and animals.

Due to this volcano, around 30 thousand people have been forced to leave their homes and go somewhere else. News Agency Reuters tweeted "Indonesia's Mount Sinabung spewed a giant ash cloud five kilometres into the sky".

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