Mount Sinabung is causing chaos in Sumatra as it spews lava and ash, with clouds billowing thousands of feet into the air.
The 8,069-foot-high volcano was dormant for around 400 years before a series of eruptions began in 2010. The latest one started on Oct. 7.
Hundreds of residents are being evacuated as molten rock flows closer to nearby villages. No casualties have been reported yet.
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