On February 18, 2021, a lateral blast occurred on the Klyuchevskaya Sopka volcano in Kamchatka at an altitude of 2,850 metres. It consists of two parallel cracks spaced about 250 metres apart. The length of the lava flow has exceeded 1.2 kilometres. The height of the slag cone at the source of the breakthrough is 60 metres, and the diameter of the base is 100 metres, rg.ru reports.
On March 10, seismologists recorded the release of volcanic bombs measuring 30-50 centimetres. And already today, on March 18, hikers climbed the hill to take a couple of beautiful shots and fried sausages for breakfast right on the cooling lava. Four experienced tourists, having the necessary mountaineering training, managed to approach the cinder cone formed at the source of the breakthrough, despite the fact that volcanic bombs are constantly ejected from the crater of the cone. The video of the case was posted in the Mash Telegram-Channel.
Ru-Main, 18.03.2021, Picture: Rossiyskaya Gazeta Website