Klyuchevskoy volcano threw a column of ash to a height of seven kilometers
PETROPAVLOVSK-KAMCHATSKY, March 30 — RIA Novosti. Klyuchevskoy volcano on Kamchatka threw a column of ash to a height of seven thousand meters above sea level, told RIA Novosti the regional Central Board MOE.
“Thursday afternoon at the Klyuchevskoy volcano was recorded ash plume. The height of ash emissions amounted to 7 thousand meters above sea level. With respect to the direction of the wind ash plume has spread to 65 km in a North-westerly direction from the volcano,” — said in the message of rescue agencies.
It is noted that the deposition of ash in residential areas is not registered. Volcano an increased “orange” code aviation hazard.
Awakened volcano pic.twitter.com/QiTU4rZcFo
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Volcano Klyuchevskaya Sopka, the highest active volcano of Eurasia. The height of 4850 meters. The nearest town — settlement Keys is located 45 kilometers from the volcano. Last year the eruption of the volcano began on 3 April. In November 2016, experts have said about the decline in activity of the volcano and possible end of the eruption, but after some time, ash emissions resumed and occur regularly until now.