On the Indonesian island of Java, more active volcano Bromo, throwing a column of ash to a height of over 2300 meters above sea level.
According to Hendry of Gunawan, head of the Centre of Volcanology and reduce geological risks, the eruption was accompanied by emission of ash column to a height of 2329 metres. In the area of Bromo observed the deposition of volcanic ash.
Area with radius of 2500 m around the crater of the volcano declared dangerous, tourists and the local population is forbidden to approach Bromo.
Evacuation was not required, as Bromo, located in the Caldera of an ancient SUPERVOLCANO on the high plateau of Anger in the Eastern part of Java island, is quite far from large settlements.