Indonesians plunged into darkness after village covered in ash from Mount Semeru eruption

A village in East Java, Indonesia was shrouded in ash after Mount Semeru erupted on December 4. Volcanic ash from the eruption landed on villages within a 15km (9.3 mile) radius, turning buildings and roads a dark grey. Footage filmed at 4pm local time, shows the village of Sumberwuluh in total darkness an hour after the volcano erupted.

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