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Karymsky Volcano: High Danger Code
23.04.2014 23:21
Karymsky Volcano: High Danger Code

Kamchatka Karymsky volcano threw an ash column to the height of four kilometers above sea level.

      As it was reported by the Ministry of Emergency Situations, ash plume spread to the north-west of the volcano. The distance from the ash cloud to the nearest settlement – Pushchino village of Milkovsky District – is 87 kilometers. Rescuers recommend tourism organizations not to take out people on the routes passing by Karymskii volcano, which was assigned the high – orange – danger code.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Kamchatka Karymsky volcano    

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