Shiveluch volcano erupts in Kamchatka

Photo: frame from video

The eruption of the Shiveluch volcano in Kamchatka

The ash plume spread in the north-western direction of the peninsula for a distance of 30 kilometers.

In Kamchatka today, on August 29, the Shiveluch volcano threw out a column of ash 3 thousand meters high. The video of the eruption was published in one of the local Facebook groups.

It is reported that the ash plume spread in the north-western direction of the peninsula for a distance of 30 kilometers.

“The danger is that there are settlements on its way. Rescuers are warning locals and tourists that it is now unsafe near the volcano,” the message says.

The activity of the volcano increased sharply after the July earthquake in Alaska. Now it continues to grow: landslides and avalanches occur.

It was previously reported that volcano Etna on the italian island After the eruptions, Sicily set a new altitude record of 3357 meters.

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