Mount Merapi which happens to be the most active volcano in Indonesia erupted on Monday, scattering a glaze of ashes around the perimeters of locations close by.
During the early morning, the explosions from the volcano emitted clouds that reached every place within a 2-mile radius, coating local communities in ashes.
There was no call for evacuations and neither were there news on casualties.
Of quite recent, the volcano has been showing signs of activities in where it is situated on Java island close to Yogyakarta, the cultural capital of Indonesia; and national authorities have raised a warning on the potential danger this may cause.
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Reports have it that people living close by have been told to avoid moving anywhere within a 5km radius of the active volcano.
Indonesia Geological Agency is warning local people to beware of volcanic ash, and the agency has relayed a prediction of lava flowing in the places close to Merapi.
A fatal eruption in 2010 led to the death of more than three hundred people and forced the removal of an estimated number of 280 thousand people from their homes which were close to the volcano.
An eruption that took place before and was just as powerful as the 2010 eruption is the 1930 explosion that caused about 1,300 deaths of people, while the 1994 eruption which was not as intense cost the lives of sixty people.
Indonesia has about 130 volcanoes that are quite active, and the country witnesses consistent volcanic activities because of its boundaries located in the position tectonic plates easily clash.