Smoke Pours from Mount Agung Volcano Following Eruption

The Mount Agung volcano in Bali, Indonesia, began erupting on November 21, less than a month after its alert status was downgraded following a decrease in seismic activity.

Smoke from the eruption reached a height of 700 meters, according to- Indonesia’s Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources.

Locals and tourists were warned to stay at least six kilometers from the mountain and to prepare a mask in case ash began to rain down in the area. Credit: Facebook/Ketut Cobar via Storyful

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