A gigantic ash cloud rises into the sky. There is a thunder and rumble to be heard. Aso volcano on Japan has erupted.
Kumamoto – Aso volcano is located in southwest Japan and erupted on Wednesday morning (local time). Thick ash clouds piling up to a height of around 3,500 meters, as reported by the Japanese TV station NHK. The volcano hurled rocks and volcanic ash more than a kilometer. There were initially no reports of possible injuries.
BREAKING: Mount Aso erupts in southern Japan pic.twitter.com/OWec2fwnOu
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Aso volcano erupted in Japan – authorities warn
The Meteorological Authority warned residents of the region on the southwestern main island of Kyushu not to approach the 1,592 meter high mountain under any circumstances. Large boulders and volcanic ash could fall within a radius of two kilometers. The authorities have activated the volcano level 3 alert. Level 5 is the highest level. The Asian island kingdom of Japan has around 110 active volcanoes. Around 50 of them are monitored around the clock.
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