Natural disasters

Mount Sinabung erupts again after year of inactivity.

Mount Sinabung

After being inactive for more than a year, Mount Sinabung in Karo regency, North Sumatra erupted early on Saturday morning, spewing ash 2,000 meters into the air. The volcanic ash reached Berastagi, which is located around 30 kilometers from the volcano.

Muhammad Nurul Asrori of the Sinabung observation post said the volcano began erupting at 1:58 a.m. and continued for one hour. He advised local residents and tourists to stay outside a 3-km radius from the mountain top.

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