JAKARTA – The volcano Sinabung on the Indonesian island of Sumatra erupted and spew five-kilometer-long clouds of ash in the air. Also hot lava flows from the slopes since the eruption of the mountain Monday. According to the authorities, there are no reports of victims.
The regional advisory centre for volcanic ash in Darwin has a warning message to the airlines.
The volcano is one of the three that currently have erupted in Indonesia. The Sinabung was four centuries asleep before, in 2010, he exploded and two people killed. A new eruption, in 2014, killed sixteen people, while seven died in a blaze in 2016.