Volcanic ash continues to erupt from the crater of the volcano Sinabung. The photos below taken recently in the village of tiga Pancur, North Sumatra, depicting not only the column of ash, but also a pyroclastic flow.
Pyroclastic flows threaten areas that are still in use and are visited by local farmers, despite the ban of approaching the violent volcano. One can only hope that no new tragic incidents will not happen.
Recall Sinabung again “back to life” in August 2010, Since then it has claimed the lives of at least 25 people on the Indonesian island of Sumatra.
After the collapse of the powerful pyroclastic flow that devastated the village of Gambero 21 may this year and killed 9 people, a new lava dome grows on the giant. In March due to the violence of the giant had closed the local school within a radius of 7 km from the mountains, the buildings of some schools damaged.