Indonesia Shuts Bali’s Airport for Third Day Due to Volcanic Ash
|11/29/2017||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
Indonesia shut its airport on Bali for a third consecutive day on Wednesday due to a volcanic ash cloud, as the rumbling Mount Agung volcano continued to paralyze flights on the holiday island and cause a mass evacuation around the mountain.
A large plume of white and grey ash and smoke was visible above Agung after rain lashed the island by night and partially obscured the fiery glow at its peak seen in previous days.
Authorities have been continually assessing the risk the ash poses to flying after winds sent the cloud southwest across the island.
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