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16 Powerful Images From The Recent Mount Sinabung Eruption

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16 Powerful Images From The Recent Mount Sinabung Eruption

Gunung Sinabung has been spewing ash with more and more regularity.

On 2nd August 2017, the biggest eruption yet has spilt ash over surrounding villages of the Karo regency in North Sumatra. The activity is part of an ongoing trend with no end in sight.

Here are 16 Powerful Images from the most recent eruption of Gunung Sinabung…

1) 17 People Have Been Killed Since The Eruptions Started

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2) The Volcano is 8,080 Feet (2,460 m) Tall

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3) 19 Smaller Eruptions And Lava Flows Have Occurred In The Last Few Months

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4) Indonesia’s Centre for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Has Warned Residents To Stay Outside A 7km Radius

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5) 30,000 People Have Evacuated Their Villages

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6) Hot, Thick Ash Fell On Nearly A Dozen Local Villages

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7) National Disaster Mitigation Agency Spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho Said Thousands Of People Affected By Ash Fall

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8) One School In Kuta Rakyat Had To Send Students Home

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9) Face Masks Are A Must For Residents To Not Inhale The Ash

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10) Motorists Wear Rain Jackets To Sheild Themselves From The Ash

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11) The Frequency Of Eruptions Over The Last 2 Years

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12) Gunung Sinabung Burst Back To Life In 2010 After Being Dormant For A Long Period Of Time

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13) This Eruption Has Spewed 2.3 Million Cubic Meters Of Ash
Mount Sinabung in Karo Regency, North Sumatra, erupted again, Wednesday (02/08/2017).

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14) Visibility From A Car Window
Visibility decreased after eruption of Mount Sinabung in Karo Regency, North Sumatra, Wednesday (02/08/2017).

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15) There Are Fears Of A Growing Lack Of Clean Water
 Mount Sinabung eruption activity increased until it has happened 30 times eruption, Wednesday (2/8/2017)

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16) It Is Very Difficult To Tell When The Next Eruption Will Be – And How Big They Will Get…
Mount Sinabung spew volcanic ash seen from the village of Tiga Serangkai, North Sumatra, April 1, 2015. AP Photo / Binsar Bakkara

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