The volcano has forced authorities to evacuate residents of Japanese Takahara. Photo

Became more active volcano on the Japanese island of Kyushu threw incandescent column of ash up to 2 km

1.02.11.Podzemnye aftershocks rocked the neighborhood is rapidly activated Simmoe volcano on the southern Japanese island of Kyushu, which today threw hot ash column up to 2 kilometers. Incessant earthquakes knock glass windows in nearby settlements whose inhabitants observe the maximum recommended precautions.
 

On the eve of about 1,100 of them were ordered to evacuate due to the threat of release of lava. Constant tremors may also cause landslides and mountain rockfalls.

Evacuation be primarily residents Takaharu, directly adjacent to the volcano. Since last week, the mountain height of over 1420 meters on the border of Kagoshima and Miyazaki prefectures bombards neighborhood small hot stones and throwing clouds of ash. Today, the authorities advised residents to stay away from the crater to a distance of less than 3 km.

Because of dense ash emissions last week, had to temporarily shut down the airport in Miyazaki and stop the movement of the local railway lines. The damage is done to crops crops on an area of 7 thousand hectares. Ash fallout detected in 12 locations.

Volcano Simmoe previously believed to be asleep. Its last major eruption was 189 years ago.

Corr. ITAR-TASS Vasily Golovnin
Source: The Tokyo Reporter

Simmoe volcano intensified in Japan only for the first two days of the eruption threw up 70mln tons


1.02.11.Rezko intensified Simmoe volcano on the southern Japanese island of Kyushu, in just the first two days of its eruption on January 26-27, released into the atmosphere 70 million tons of ash. Such calculations released today the National Integrated Institute of Industrial Technology in Tsukuba Science City. Its specialists have analyzed the number of fallen ash in 110 locations within 70-80 km from the crater Simmoe and built on this basis, the model calculations.

According to experts, the total amount of ash from the volcano will eventually be several times more than was recorded in the first two days of the eruption. Today, in particular, Simmoe again threw a column of ash up to two kilometers.
Simultaneously, he bombards neighborhood hot stones. Some of them have the power stroke is comparable to aerial bombs. The area adjacent to the resort town of Kirishima volcano police today found two craters made by such fallen stones. Their diameters — 5-6 meters, depth — about 2 meters.

Authorities today urged people not to approach the volcano at a distance closer than 4 miles away. Eve also about 1100 residents were ordered to evacuate. Vicinity of the volcano today rocked by continuous aftershocks, which knock out the windows of the houses. One of the fragments of injured woman, she was hospitalized.
Corr. ITAR-TASS Vasily Golovnin
Source: The Tokyo Reporter

The volcano has forced authorities to evacuate residents of Japanese Takahara

TOKYO, Jan. 31. Residents of Takaharu, located on the southern Japanese island of Kyushu, recommended to immediately leave their homes because of the threat of the eruption of the volcano intensified Simmoe. As the "Vesti", according to experts, in the near future from its crater possible emission of lava, which will be accompanied by tremors, landslides and rockfalls.

Evacuation to be more than a thousand residents, directly adjacent to the volcano. Since last week, the volcano height of more than 1420 meters, located on the border of Miyazaki and Kagoshima prefectures, bombarding the neighborhood with small hot stones and throwing clouds of ash. January 31 the authorities have instructed residents not to approach the crater of less than 3 km.

Last week, because of dense ash emissions had to temporarily stop the airport in the city of Miyazaki and stop the movement of the local railway lines. The damage is done to crops crops on an area 7000 hectares. Ash fallout detected in 12 locations. Earlier Volcano Simmoe previously considered dormant.
Source:Rosbalt, TUT.BY

 

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