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Fierce Eruption in Japan

On the 24th of July the Sakurajima volcano (Kyushu, Japan) erupted with renewed vigour. It covered heavily Kagoshima City with volcanic ash, which is only 2 kilometers across a bay from the volcano.

Currently the level of warning reaches 3, which permits people to stay at the area but bans to approach the volcano.

The Sakurajima Volcano, known as an active volcano, usually had had 1 to 2 days eruptions, but this time eruptions were stronger and more intense. The volcano has been regularly erupting since 1955.

Oversy Team 26.Jul.2012

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