Russian volcano started erupting after a 36-year sleep Natural Disasters
One of the Russian volcanoes located on the Kamchatka Peninsula, suddenly resumed their activity after in a state of complete rest for up to 36 years. The column of ash above the crater Flat Tolbachik, part of the Klyuchevskaya volcano group, rose to a height of 7 km, creating around a huge cloud of ash.
Ash and ash, selected from the volcano, were classified by the wind to the north-west while the lava rushed down the mountain to the south. In the nearby villages and the May Krasny Yar noted loss of ash that eventually covered the buildings and land 4-cm layer.
In connection with the eruption of the Flat Tolbachik asleep since 1976, in the area around the volcano has been declared an "orange" code of danger. Although experts believe that to populated areas, and especially for the city of Petropavlovsk-Komchatsky in 343 km to the east, this event will be of no danger, despite the fact that, since the activation of the volcano there were more than 130 mini-earthquakes.