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Volcano in Indonesia took 206 lives

12. November 2010. | 15:29

Source: Tanjug

The number of volcano Merapi victims increased to 206 in a series of activities following the main eruption on October 26, Indonesian authorities reported on Friday.

The number of volcano Merapi victims increased to 206 in a series of activities following the main eruption on October 26, Indonesian authorities reported on Friday.

National Agency for Disaster Management reported that the number of victims rose from 194 to 206, when persons who died of breathing problems, heart attacks and other conditions resulting from the eruption were added to the “black list,” AP reports.

Hot ashes is still gushing from the volcano crater, the experts warn inhabitants from the surrounding area not to return because of potentially Merapi volcano activities might repeat in central Indonesian province of Java.

The strongest volcano after-activity happened last Friday and since the main eruption on October 26 206 people lost their lives, 598 person sustained injuries and more than 343,000 surrounding area inhabitants were evacuated.

Since the end of October the volcano reactivated a few times, gushing hot ashes, smoke and gases, rocks and debris from 1.5 to four kilometres high.

Volcanologists predict its activities will continue and that there will be more eruptions, they recommend widening of the danger zone to a radius of 20 kilometres around volcano, and they advise local inhabitants not to return to their homes yet.


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