Friday, November 5, 2010

Red Ball of Fire Appears in Puncak Merapi Red fireball was seen after heard the explosion.

Red Ball of Fire Appears in Puncak Merapi Red fireball was seen after heard the explosion.Friday, November 5, 2010, 01:31 GMTUmi Kalsum, Sandy Adam MahaputraThe biggest eruption of Mount Merapi in 2010 (AFP / Anis Efizudin) 
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VIVAnews - After endless roar and splash of rain, the slopes of Merapi is now bombarded with gravels.
Small rock it around the slopes of Merapi Menghujam having previously sounded loud rumble. Rain gravels occurred at around 0:45 pm, Friday, November 5, 2010.
Staff of the Special Presidential Division of Social Assistance and Disaster Andi Arief mengiformasikan last condition in the Merapi via a Twitter account.
Information gained from the lecturer Andi Gadjah Mada University, Arie Sudjito mention, in addition to rain gravels, which are very heavy ash rains also occurred to the choosed. Well informed, when the explosion occurred had seen a red fireball at the top of Merapi.
While BPPTK ask people not to panic and and affected with the outstanding issues on behalf of particular institutions on the activities of Mount Merapi and still follow the direction of local governments that have always coordinated with the Center for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation.
BPPTK also ensure that no activities of the people in disaster-prone region III, especially those living around the river (the threat of danger awanpanas and lava) that tipped the southeast sector of Mount Merapi, South, Southwest, West and Northwest in a distance of 15 km from the summit of Mount Merapi covers, Woro Kali, Kali Gendol, Kali Kuning, Kali Boyong, Bedog Kali, Kali Bebeng, Krasak, and Kali Senowo.

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