This morning, the Interfax news agency reported that the Karimsky volcano on the Russian Kamchatka peninsula ejected a column of ash about 10 km high.
No ash fall was recorded in residential areas, the Kamchatka Civil Defense Ministry told Interfax. The ash cloud spread to the northeast.
And local authorities issued the highest level of warning for air traffic.According to local media, the volcano is 1486 meters high, and is located 120 kilometers northeast of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and about 45 kilometers from the nearest city on the sparsely populated peninsula. 160 volcanoes, but only about 24 of them are active. The volcanic region is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.