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The Pyroclastic Red-Dragon (Sinabung Volcano)

More than 33,000 villagers have been evacuated since authorities raised the alert status for the volcano to the highest level in November 2013. An eruption in 2010 killed two people and caught scientists off guard because the volcano had been quiet for four centuries.

According to authorities hundreds of residents are still housed at evacuation centers as authorities maintains off limit danger zone around Mount Sinabung located in Indonesia’s Sumatra islands following deadly eruption in early February 01, 2014 that killed about more 17 people, that’s result can’t to be evacuated.

Mount Sinabung is among about 130 active volcanoes in Indonesia, which is prone to seismic upheaval due to its location on the Pacific Ring of Fire, an arc of volcanoes and fault lines encircling the Pacific Basin.

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Sinabung mount spews ash to the air during an eruption near from Karo, North Sumatra on January 7, 2014.

 

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Thomas Milala, 31, uses his mobile phone to calling her mom as Mount Sinabung continues to erupt, with hot smoke spewing from the volcano, in Karo district on the north of Indonesia’s Sumatra island on November 18, 2013. Thomas Milala working as freelance photojournalist is the one of 17 peoples died during Mount

 

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The body of a victim is covered with volcanic ash at a village in Karo district following eruptions of Mount Sinabung located in Indonesia’s Sumatra island on February 1, 2014.

 

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Houses are covered by mud and ash in a village in Karo, North Sumatra province, on January 12, 2014 after the eruption of Mount Sinabung.

 

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This long exposure photograph taken before dawn on October 14, 2014 shows sparks of lightning, scorching lava flow and giant ash clouds released from the crater during the eruption of Mount Sinabung volcano as seen from Karo district located in Sumatra island. In February, Sinabung’s eruption killed about 17 people and forced more than 33,000 others to flee their homes.

 

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This long exposure photograph taken late on October 9, 2014 shows scorching lava flow and giant ash clouds released from the crater during the eruption of Mount Sinabung volcano as seen from Karo district located in Sumatra island. Indonesian authorities said pyroclastics flow reached 4.5 kilometers down the slope threatening populated villages whlie ash clouds reached three kilometers to the sky during it latest series of eruption that began on October 5.

 

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Dark giant ash clouds rise from the crater of Mount Sinabung volcano with a scorching lava trail threatening villages during its latest eruption late October 8, 2014, seen from Karo district on Indonesia’s Sumatra island, following an earlier eruption on October 5, 2014.

 

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Residents flee from latest Mount Sinabung volcano eruption as scorching lava rolls down from the crater threatening villages on October 8, 2014, seen from Karo district located on Indonesia’s Sumatra island, following an earlier eruption on October 5, 2014. According to authorities hundreds of residents are still housed at evacuation centers as authorities maintains off limit danger zone around Mount Sinabung located in Indonesia’s Sumatra island following deadly eruption in early February that killed about 17 people.

 

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An Indonesian student wears a mask while attending school as Mount Sinabung reflected in a window spews ash in Karo on November 30, 2013.

 

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In this photograph taken on November 06, 2014, houses damaged from the eruption of Mount Sinabung volcano seen in the background lay in ruins in the abandoned village of Sukameriah located within the volcano’s danger zone. Indonesian President Joko Widodo ordered authorities to speed up the relocation of displaced residents during his visit at the evacuation center in Karo district in Sumatra island on October 29, 2014. Sinabung began erupting on September 2013 and in February 2014 an eruption killed about 17 people while more than 33,000 residents were forced to flee their homes.

 

 

 

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Sutanta Aditya is a documentary photographer who uses his work for the control social via visual witness on journalism, about habitat and the population inside habitat around the world. http://www.sutantaaditya.net/biography/

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