JAKARTA – The volcano of Soputan on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi on Sunday morning burst out. Above the volcano created a cloud of ash nearly three kilometres high, notify the authorities.
Archive view of a recent eruption of the Soputan in October 2018.
Within a radius of four kilometers around the 1758 meter high Soputan was a prohibited zone has been established. The last time the volcano kilometers long axis up threw was in the beginning of October.
The Sulawesi island, popular with holiday-makers, was at the end of september, hit by a severe earthquake, a tsunami caused. More than 2000 people have died.