Tolbachik Volcano on Kamchatka threw ash to a height of 4 km

Kamchatka volcano Flat Tolbachik Monday morning threw ash to a height of about four miles, experts conduct a survey the surrounding area, according to EMERCOM Russia's Kamchatka region.

Flat Tolbachik began erupting Nov. 27, 2012. In the area of the southern slope formed two fractured breakthrough with Lava — a stream of top-break was more than six kilometers from the bottom — 18 kilometers. Periodically over the volcano ash column rises.

"On Monday, at 11.35 on Kamchatka time (04.35 MSK) on Flat Tolbachik volcano spewed ash. Height of the eruption was about four kilometers above sea level, the length of the loop up to 20 kilometers," — said in a statement.

It is noted that the cloud is distributed in the north-east from the volcano between the villages Keys and Ust-Kamchatsky. Organized a survey of populated points, falling ash is not fixed.

"Seismicity assigned volcano — orange. Danger code for aviation also orange. Flying aircraft in the area of the volcano are not planned," — says EMERCOM Russia's Kamchatka region.

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