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Cold lava floods from Mount Semeru filled the main channels of the river whose upstream on the slopes of the highest volcano in Java Island today.
Mount Merapi on Tuesday morning spewed hot lava with a maximum sliding distance of 700 meters towards Kali Krasak and Boyong.
The volcanic mountain in East Java, Mount Semeru, has spewed out lava which created hot clouds to affect areas in its vicinity on Feb 2.
Yogyakarta BPPTKG recorded that the hot clouds from Mount Merapi throughout Wednesday, January 27, reached up to 3,000 meters from the summit.
BPPTKG recorded a significant increase in the volcanic activity of Mount Merapi within six hours on Tuesday, January 5, 2021.
BPPTKG announced Mount Merapi had briefly erupted on Thursday, Feb 13, at 05:16 Indonesia Western Time (WIB).
The Regional Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPBD) in Sleman, Yogyakarta, has urged the people to steer clear from the river
The Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPBD) urges the public to steer clear from the river to avoid possible cold lava flood following Mount Merapi eruption
Mount Merapi has again spewed hot clouds as far as 950 meters in the early hours of Wednesday, August 14, at 04:52 a.m.
Mount Merapi spewed a lava avalanche on Sunday up to 850 meters in distance
Mount Merapi had been in the Alert level status since May 21, 2018.
Lava stream produced by Mount Karangetang in North Sulawesi forced the evacuation of several residents living at the mountain's slope.