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Volcano in Kamchatka bombs aircrafts
3.07.2007 10:50
Volcano in Kamchatka  bombs aircrafts

Ashy emissions of the Klyuchevsky Volcano in Kamchatka reach the height of 9 thousand metres; ashy clouds, a result of the volcanic emissions, have spread over 100.000 square kilometres. It is said that there is a danger to aircrafts due to the emissions and the low visibility.
      The plumes of volcanic dust spread over 200 kilometres. The local seismic stations daily register up to 100 earthquakes in the volcano area. The resident population and guests of the region are advised to limit the time of staying outdoors during ashfalls, as volcanic dust may cause poisoning and other negative consequences.
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