Bali - Agung volcano is scarying the entire Indonesia
BALI, INDONESIA – Airports closed and hundreds turists blocked on the island waiting an improvement of volcano’s conditions. The smoke and ash which come out from the crater have risen up to 4,000 metres in the sky and it impedes a good visibility and lowers the qualiy of the air.
Thousands of people fled over the 10 km around the volcano’s base and at Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali’s main airport, flights were canceled for 24 hours.
Today in the afternoon (Indonesian local time) 40,000 residents had been evacuated from across the island.
For now, there are no injured and no victims. But the volcano is now erupting.