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Karymsky volcano throws out ash 2,5 km in Kamchatka
In the Kamchatka Territory, on the Karymsky volcano, ash was emitted to a height of 2,5 km. The ash plume can spread to the villages of the Milkovsky district.
As the Kamchatka Response Team for volcanic eruptions, the ash column was recorded on the afternoon of July 8. The height of the volcano is 1,469 km, the ash column rose another 2,5 km higher.
The ash plume spreads to the west, where the villages of the Milkovsky district are located. In the villages of Sharomy and Pushchino, an insignificant amount of it may fall. However, the volcanic outburst does not threaten air traffic, and tourist groups in the area are not registered.