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Indonesia warns: Extreme weather can kraterwand of volcano do go, stay away from the coast', death toll, and in the meantime 430
The Indonesian authorities warn of “extreme weather and high waves” around the erupted volcano Anak Krakatau in the Straits of Sunda. Also urge it to stay away from the coast that Saturday hit by a tsunami. The death toll is now at 430, reports the Indonesian disaster agency BNPB.

According to the meteorological service of Indonesia can be rough rainy weather around the volcano, the kraterwand vulnerable, reducing the risk that this fails. The tsunami from Saturday is caused by a part of the volcano Anak Krakatoa in the strait between South Sumatra and West Java collapsed.

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The head of the meteorological service, Dwikorita Karnawati, says that the volcano is closely monitored. “We have a system developed that focuses on the volcanic vibrations in Anak Krakatau, so that we early can warn.” The Anak Krakatau spews out also lots of smoke and ash. According to Karnawati, this can be a threat to air traffic.

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