Sinabung Volcano spews high column of hot ash as high as 5 km and its stunning active eruption.
An Indonesian volcano erupted on Tuesday morning spewing a spectacular column of ash thousands of metres (feet) into the sky.
Explosive eruption of Indonesia’s Sinabung volcano at 7:40 am on 2 March 2021 as documented by Nachelle Homestay in Berastagi.
No casualties has been reported, though the alert for the volcano in northern Sumatra province has been placed at the second-highest level.
Sinabung volcanic ash spread for over 5km and settled in the nearest villages and towns such as kabanjahe and berastagi.
The volcano on Sumatra island started blasting debris early in the morning, according to a local geological agency, which recorded 13 bursts.
The volcano had already spewed lava almost two dozen times since Feb. 19 and caused hundreds of minor volcanic quakes.
Experts are reporting the Sinabung can erupt again.