The road in Kamchatka was blocked due to the eruption of the Klyuchevskaya volcano
"Ash emission at a height of 2.7 kilometers above sea level," the report says.
According to experts, the plume spread in an easterly direction for a distance of more than five kilometers.
The 1,156-meter-high Ebeko volcano is located on Paramushir Island, seven kilometers northwest of Severo-Kurilsk in the northern part of the Vernadsky Ridge. Regular emissions (from mild to moderate) on it have been going on since October 20, 2016, which is normal activity for a volcano. The record release was registered on August 31, 2018. Then a column of smoke shot up to a height of six kilometers from the new mouth of the volcano, formed in 2017.