(Worthy News) - Indonesian officials said more than 120,000 people have evacuated Bali as authorities warned a volcano could erupt in “a matter of hours.”
Around 122,500 people have fled the island, said Nyoman Parwata, an official at the disaster mitigation agency in Bali.
The exodus of villagers began last week but it has accelerated since Friday after the authorities issued the highest-level alert status. [ Source (Read More...) ]
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