Sakurajima volcano again throws a record number of ash

Sakurajima volcano again throws a record number of ashWaking up the day before on the southern Japanese island of Kyushu volcano Sakurajima again throws a record number of ashes — a day for the city of Kagoshima dropped 217 grams of ash per square meter — the third-highest since the beginning of observations in 1994, the newspaper "Mainichi".
According to online meteorological observatory of Kagoshima prefecture (Kagoshima Local Meteorological Observatory), the first activity of the volcano was recorded on Wednesday morning. Within a few hours the volcano threw three pillars of ash into the air, altitude of two thousand meters.
Under the haze of ash were business and entertainment areas of the city and the surrounding area. To clean the city were involved 55 watering machine.
The most powerful active volcano Sakurajima, once the individual Japanese island was recorded in April 2009, when the city of Kagoshima dropped 243 grams of ash per square meter.

Dispatch services reported the threat to air travel. It is possible that many of them may be canceled due to the eruption. Those wishing to fly to hurry, but to quickly gather in the street, you must consider all purchases, for example to buy a bag from an online store. Also recall the dangers of visits to Japan because of the frequent earthquakes and a tsunami threat.

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