Indonesia: Mount Soputan volcano activated again, no evacuation for now

Indonesia: Mount Soputan volcano activated again, no evacuation for now: Well, if you are living in Indonesia or near the island then you all should know that Indonesia’s Mount Soputan volcano is activated and the tsunami-hit island of Sulawesi erupted on Wednesday. Also, the reports are suggesting that the spewing volcanic ashes are 4,000 meters into the air. You all can see the videos and picture of that on the Internet. Also, the nearby people are too afraid and they are the thing to evacuate even though the digester agencies are saying there is no need to evacuate.

Sources are saying that they have seen a giant plume of volcanic ash raised from Mount Soputan, on Wednesday, in the town of Tomohon, Northern Sulawesi, Indonesia. After that, the official agency took the charge and announced a low alert. You all should know that the state disaster agency warned people to stay at least four kilometers (two and a half miles) away from the volcano or its activation area.

Even though the state’s government didn’t say a word about the evacuation and they admitted that there is no need to for anything now. All you need to do is stay away from the main area.  You all should know that Soputan is around 1,000 kilometers from the town of Palu where a 7.5 magnitude earthquake triggered a tsunami that lashed the coastline killing almost 1,400 people.

In the end, you all may know that Indonesia is situated on the Pacific “Ring of Fire”, a vast zone of geological instability where the collision of tectonic plates causes frequent quakes and major volcanic activity. Overall, the whole thing is under control and you all can expect that the things are going to be okay in upcoming days.