Volcano Kizimen threw ash to a height of 10 kilometers

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Photo Evgeniya Vlasova.

Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. January 27. VOSTOK-MEDIA — The volcano Kizimen Erupts in Kamchatka, there have been several releases of ash, the largest of which was 10 feet above sea level.
Ash clouds drifted by the wind at 200 km south-west of Kizimen ash plume stretches for 190 km south-east from the volcano.

Erupting volcano is not dangerous to the public. Kizimen but can be dangerous for aircraft flying in the area: the particles of ash getting into the mechanisms that are able to pull them out of order. Assigned volcano red — the highest risk for code aviatsii.Vulkan erupted in December 2010. Kizimen located on the western slope of the southern part of the range Tumrok 115 kilometers from the village Milkovo and 265 kilometers from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. Its last eruption occurred in 1928.

Ash cloud and a loop at this time were outside settlements in Kamchatka. Recall that on January 1 the ash from the volcano fell in Petropavlovsk, Kamchatka Yelizovo and several towns fell. The next time the volcano "please" inhabitants of the region on January 13. Then the ash falls took place in villages and Esso Anavgai Bystrinsky district.

RIA "Vostok-Media"

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