MADRID, 11 Mar. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The 'Merapi' volcano, one of the most active in Asia, has erupted again in Indonesia with the expulsion of a cloud of ash that has covered the surrounding towns, as confirmed by the local activist platform Jalin Merapi on its account. Twitter.
The eruption was identified around 06:00 in the morning, Spanish peninsular time, and has caused an alert for all communities within a radius of seven kilometers around the volcano, located in the province of Central Java.
Given its location in the Pacific Ring of Fire, Indonesia is characterized by its high number of volcanoes, including 'Merapi', which has registered several eruptions earlier this year.
One of the worst eruptions occurred in 2010, killing more than 350 people.