At least 13 people died on Saturday and dozens more were injured when a volcano in Indonesia erupted suddenly.
Nearly 1,000 people had to be evacuated due to the volcanic activity at Mount Semeru, which was triggered by rain and thunderstorms that had lasted for days in the area.
A bridge connecting the city of Malang to the region of Lumajangwas destroyed during the eruption.
It was the second time the volcano erupted this year. It also erupted in January, but there were no casualties.
The volcano is located inside the Ring of Fire, which has more than 100 active volcanoes in all.
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