Klyuchevskaya Volcano threw ash to a height of up to 5 km

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30.05.11.Na Kamchatka volcano Klyuchevskoy threw ash to a height of 5 km above sea level. Risk to human settlements there. It was reported on Monday in a group of Kamchatka Volcanic Eruption Response Qwerty.
Plumes from the summit crater were observed giant evening May 29 from the village of Keys (32 km from the volcano), a volcano indicated moderate seismic activity.
Giant assigned "orange" air code, warning of the dangers ash and gases thrown into the atmosphere it can pose to aircraft engines. Messages sent to the concerned service.

Klyuchevskoy is the highest active volcano in Eurasia. Its height is 4 thousand 750 meters above sea level. Volcano erupts usually one every 5-6 years. The last period of enhanced giant was completed in November 2010.

Klyuchevskoy — one of the most active volcanoes in the world, says the Qwerty, its eruptions are accompanied by an outpouring of the crater lava flows and massive emissions of ash. For giant is continuous monitoring, ITAR-TASS reported.

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