In Kamchatka Klyuchevskoy volcano threw a column of ash six kilometres
PETROPAVLOVSK-KAMCHATSKY, may 2 — RIA Novosti. Ash plume height of six thousand meters above sea level registered scientists at the Klyuchevskoy volcano on Kamchatka, have informed in the Kamchatka branch of geophysical service RAS.
“On Tuesday morning local time at the Klyuchevskoy volcano occurred ash emissions, the height of which amounted to six thousand meters above sea level. Ash plume spread to 100 kilometers in a North-easterly direction from the volcano,” — said the representative of the service.
As reported on the official website of the Kamchatka group volcanic eruption response (KVERT), the volcano installed the “orange” code aviation hazard
This means that Kliuchevskoi can pose a hazard to international and local airlines, passing near the Peninsula.
Klyuchevskoy volcano is the highest active volcano of Eurasia. The height of 4850 meters. The nearest settlement is the village of Keys, located 30 kilometers from the volcano. The eruption began on 3 April 2016.