The volcano intensified on June 28.
The volcano Mount Agung on the Indonesian island of Bali threw a column of ash to a height of two kilometers.
According to the publication, the emission of lava and ash was recorded on Monday, July 2, 2018. The volcano spewed ash that reached a height of two kilometers. As reported by seismologists that the eruption lasted for seven minutes and 21 seconds.
“The eruption wore strombolian in nature, in which was heard the sound of an explosion,” – said the representative of the Volcanological and geological center for disaster reduction natural disasters Devi Camille.
The volcano intensified on June 28. The height of ash emission reached 2.5 thousand meters.
Agung is located about 75 km from popular tourist town of Kuta.
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