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Karymsky volcano activated in Kamchatka
On the Kamchatka Peninsula, the Karymsky volcano has been activated. He released a pillar of ash 2,5 km above sea level. Settlements were not affected, but aviation received an orange danger signal.
As the Interfax, information came from the Kamchatka group for responding to volcanic eruptions of the Institute of Volcanology and Seismology FEB RAS. The release occurred in the middle of the day local time. Ashes spread over 52 km southwest of the volcano itself.
No ashfalls in settlements have been registered, but a volcano is a danger to aviation. The emission is assigned an orange hazard code, one of the highest. According to scientists, Karymsky volcano is the most active of those located in Kamchatka.