Bali Volcano Means Airport Is Still Closed

Published on 28 Nov 2017, 12:27
(CNN)A smoking Bali volcano has halted flights for another day as Indonesian emergency authorities continue widespread evacuations ahead of another possible eruption. Almost 30,000 people have already left the area around Mount Agung since it began erupting on Saturday, spewing clouds of ash reaching as high as 9,100 meters (at least 5.6 miles). Clouds of smoke continued to pour from the crater Tuesday morning, with authorities remaining on the highest alert level possible in anticipation of another, larger eruption. Indonesia's National Agency for Disaster Management maintained a Level 4 alert, mandating no public activities within 10 kilometers of the peak.

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