Indonesia's volcano spews ash, gas; kills 1, injures dozens
The Free Press Journal|December 05, 2021
The highest volcano on Indonesia's most densely populated island of Java spewed thick columns of ash, searing gas and lava down its slopes in a sudden eruption triggered by heavy rains on Saturday.

At least one villager died from burns and dozens were hospitalised.

Mount Semeru's eruption in Lumajang district in East Java province left several villages blanketed with falling ash.

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