Watch on Video Mount Agung Eruption in Bali

The eruption on Indonesia's island of Bali happened today, Saturday, and lasted four-and-a-half minutes. It was accompanied by a loud rumbling and spread lava and rocks 1,8 miles from the crater.

By Newsfeed

DENPASAR, BALI - The eruption, which lasted four-and-a-half minutes, was accompanied by a loud rumbling and spread lava and rocks three kilometers (1,8 miles) from the crater.

More than a dozen flights were canceled on Indonesia's island of Bali on Saturday due to an ash cloud emitted by a fresh eruption of Mount Agung volcano.

The eruption, which lasted four-and-a-half minutes, was accompanied by a loud rumbling and spread lava and incandescent rocks three kilometers from the crater, national disaster management agency spokesperson Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said in a statement, reported . . .

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