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Klyuchevskoy volcano threw another pillar of ash in Kamchatka

Klyuchevskoy volcano threw another pillar of ash in Kamchatka
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Klyuchevskoy volcano threw another pillar of ash in Kamchatka. The height of the column is about 6 km above sea level. The ejection plume stretches southwest of the volcano. There are no settlements on the path of ash distribution.

According to the Kamchatka Volcanic Eruption Response Team (KVERT), the volcano is assigned an orange aviation hazard code. The most dangerous code is red.

In the Kamchatka Territory on June 1, two volcanoes were activated at once - Klyuchevskoy and Karymsky. Both threw out pillars of ash in the interval of just a few hours.

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