Ash Columns Rise From Agung Volcano Following Second Eruption in a Week

StoryfulWeatherPublished: November 25, 2017
Published: November 25, 2017

International flights that had been grounded overnight due ash and smoke spewing from an erupting Mt Agung in Bali resumed on November 26. Mt Agung volcano erupted a second time in a week, prompting many airlines to cancel or diverted their flights on Saturday night, despite Indonesia’s National Disaster Mitigation Agency giving the green light to fly, ABC reported. The volcano began spewing smoke around 5.30pm on November 25, with nearby villages covered in thin layers of ash, AP reported. This video shows the ash columns still rising high above Bali on the morning of November 26. Credit: YouTube/SAY YOGA via Storyful

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