The second column of ash in a day was thrown out by the Klyuchevskoy volcano in Kamchatka, its height was 6 thousand meters above sea level, according to the Kamchatka group for observing volcanic eruptions (KVERT).
Earlier it was reported that on Wednesday on the Klyuchevskoy volcano, ash was emitted to a height of 5, 5 thousand meters above sea level. The giant has an increased "orange" color code of danger for aviation, but international routes for aircraft traffic in the volcano area do not pass.
"On Thursday afternoon local time, ash was thrown up to 6 thousand meters above sea level at Klyuchevskoy. The ash plume spread over 100 kilometers northeast of the volcano," the statement said.
According to the regional headquarters of the Ministry of Emergency Situations, the rescuers did not receive information about the fallout of ash in the settlements of the Kamchatka Territory.
Volcano Klyuchevskoy is the highest active volcano in Eurasia. It belongs to the Klyuchevskaya group and is located 30 kilometers from the village of Klyuchi in the Ust-Kamchatsky region on the right bank of the Kamchatka River, 360 kilometers from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky.