January 28 According to a report by the Central News Agency, Mount Merapi, one of Indonesia’s most active volcanoes, erupted on the 27th local time.
Giant gray clouds rushed to the sky, and thick smoke continued to billow from the crater.
On January 27, local time, in Yogyakarta Province, Indonesia, Mount Merapi erupted rock and ash, and thick smoke erupted from the top.
According to reports, Mount Merapi is located near Yogyakarta, an important cultural city in Indonesia.
On the 27th, it spewed hot volcanic ash more than 30 times throughout the day.
Indonesian authorities require residents to stay away from the dangerous range within 5 kilometers of the crater and warn of the possibility of lava flows.
On January 27th, local time, in Yogyakarta Province, Indonesia, Mount Merapi erupted rocks and ash, and thick smoke billowed from the top.
People near the volcano were watching the scene by the roadside.
Recently, Mount Merapi has been flowing out of hot magma.
At present, the alert level is the third level, second only to the highest level.
According to reports, the last major eruption of Mount Merapi was in 2010, when more than 300 people were killed and forced about 280,000 residents to evacuate their homes.