The volcano Klyuchevskoy threw ash to a height of 5.5 km

Kamchatka volcano Klyuchevskoy threw a column of ash to 5.5 km above sea level, according to a group KVERT Institute of Volcanology and seismology Feb RAS.

Ash plume stretches for 180 km East of the volcano. Klyuchevsky assigned “orange” code aviation hazard.

Earlier on Monday morning local time, the ash emissions to 2 km has occurred at Karymsky volcano, also located in Kamchatka.

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