Kizimen and Sheveluch erupt on Kamchatka peninsula

March 12, 2011KAMCHATKA – Kizimen and Sheveluch were believed to have erupted shortly after the Japanese quake. Explosions at the volcanoes were accompanied by minor earthquakes. Russian service monitoring the activity of cones, however, ensure that the implemented measures guarantee the safety of residents of neighboring towns. According to Russian media reports, the first cloud of dust covered the city of Ust-Kamczatsk. Over five thousand people are forced to stay at home.  The authorities have recommended the strict ban on opening windows. The population, however, was not evacuated, and experts say that the dust does not constitute a great danger. Despite this, from Thursday, all offices of state institutions and organizations have suspended work – except in cases of emergency. For some time, also closed roads in the region. While this eruption does not seem to be a significant threat to the people in Russia, the fact that an earthquake in Japan could have triggered a volcano eruption in Russia does have some significance. –Planet Save
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4 Responses to Kizimen and Sheveluch erupt on Kamchatka peninsula

  1. When I posted this story I had a lot of people saying I was trying to scare people into Panic. Then theEarthquake happened and they changed their minds. LOL. Please continue to pray for the people of Japan. Love your Blog..BTW.

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  2. penny says:

    OMG its all happening , this is the point of no return i think!!

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