VIDEO : Watch: Locals get better gadgets and rescue livestock after volcano eruption in Java
Dozens of evacuees on the island of Java in Indonesia ventured again to their ash-covered houses to retrieve vital belongings after an eruption from the Mount Semeru volcano.
More than 2,400 villagers have now fled their houses and brought shelter in 11 evacuation centres after the very best mountain on the nation’s predominant island erupted early morning Sunday.
Officials have introduced a state of emergency for the subsequent two weeks and authorities have been distributing free masks to guard towards ash within the air whereas organising public kitchens for evacuees.
Indonesia sits on the Pacific “Ring of Fire” the place the assembly of continental plates causes substantial volcanic and seismic exercise.
The Southeast Asian archipelago nation has almost 130 energetic volcanoes.
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