Indonesia’s Mount Semeru erupts


The eruption of Mount Semeru results in ash plume covering a distance of 500 to 800m from the centre of the emission. – National Disaster Mitigation Agency handout/EPA pic, December 4, 2021.

THE Mount Semeru volcano in East Java’s Lumajang District erupted at 3.20pm today.

The 3,676m-high volcano produced rain and floods around Kampung Sumberwuluh, causing the residents to run for safety.


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