В Индонезии извергается спавший 400 лет вулкан

30 Августа 2010, 09:43

На индонезийском острове Суматра началось извержение вулкана Синабунг.

The Sinabang volcano spews thick smokes in Tanah Karo, North Sumatra on August 28, 2010. The recent volcanic activity of the Sinabang volcano has been triggered by external causes and would not be a danger, an official from the Indonesia Vulcano and Geological Disaster Center said on August 28. AFP PHOTO / ATAR
Residents observe the eruption of Mount Sinabung on August 30, 2010 from their village in Tanah Karo in North Sumatra. Airlines on August 30 were warned to avoid remote Mount Sinabung in northern Sumatra as the volcano spewed a vast cloud of smoke and ash high into the air for a second day after springing to life for the first time in four centuries on August 29. AFP PHOTO / SUTANTA ADITYA
A man and his son look as the Sinabung volcano spews thick smoke in Karo district in North Sumatra on August 29, 2010. Indonesia issued a red alert after the Sinabung volcano on the island of Sumatra erupted, spewing smoke and ash 1,500 metres into the air and sending thousands of people fleeing from their homes. AFP PHOTO / SUTANTA ADITYA
This photograph taken on August 29, 2010 shows residents evacuated on trucks carrying farm animals in Tanah Karo in North Sumatra province as Mount Sinabung spews smoke in the background. The volcano erupted for the first time in 400 years on August 29, spewing a vast cloud of smoke and ash into the air and sending thousands of people fleeing from their homes. Indonesia issued a red alert although no casualties have yet been reported according to officials. AFP PHOTO / SUTANTA ADITYA
This photograph taken on August 29, 2010 shows disaster officials (C) distributing masks to residents in Tanah Karo in North Sumatra province who were fleeing from the eruption of Mount Sinabung. The volcano erupted for the first time in 400 years on August 29, spewing a vast cloud of smoke and ash into the air and sending thousands of people fleeing from their homes. Indonesia issued a red alert although no casualties have yet been reported according to officials. AFP PHOTO / SUTANTA ADITYA
An Indonesian woman carrying a child observes the eruption of Mount Sinabung on August 30, 2010 from her village in Tanah Karo in North Sumatra. Airlines on August 30 were warned to avoid remote Mount Sinabung in northern Sumatra as the volcano spewed a vast cloud of smoke and ash high into the air for a second day after springing to life for the first time in four centuries on August 29. AFP PHOTO / SUTANTA ADITYA
Indonesian school children walk home after schools were suspended in Tanah Karoh due to the eruption of Mount Sinabung (background) in North Sumatra on August 30, 2010. Airlines on August 30 were warned to avoid remote Mount Sinabung in northern Sumatra as the volcano spewed a vast cloud of smoke and ash high into the air for a second day after springing to life for the first time in four centuries on August 29. AFP PHOTO / SUTANTA ADITYA
Indonesian school children walk home after schools were suspended in Tanah Karoh due to the eruption of Mount Sinabung (background) in North Sumatra on August 30, 2010. Airlines on August 30 were warned to avoid remote Mount Sinabung in northern Sumatra as the volcano spewed a vast cloud of smoke and ash high into the air for a second day after springing to life for the first time in four centuries on August 29. AFP PHOTO / SUTANTA ADITYA

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