Klyuchevskoy volcano in Kamchatka continually throws out ash poles

Klyuchevskaya volcano continues to erupt, continuously throwing out ash poles, which do not reach populated areas.

“The activity of the volcano continues: since March of this year on Klyuchevskoye there has been a continuous release of ash to a height of 6 km, which is normal for this volcano.” Ashes to the settlements do not reach, “the source said.

According to the KVERT website, the ash plume on Tuesday stretches for 99 km in the western and north-west direction from the volcano.

As reported, KVERT has established for Klyuchevsky one of the most threatening – the orange color code of danger for aviation.

Klyuchevskaya is an active stratovolcano in the east of Kamchatka, its height is 4.85 thousand meters. It is 360 km from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. Klyuchevskoy is one of the highest active volcanoes in Eurasia. Approximately 45 km from it are located the villages of Klyuchi and Kozyrevsk. The eruption of Klyuchevsky began on April 3 last year.

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