An alert has been raised after the largest active volcano in Japan began spewing plumes of smoke and ash nearly seven miles into the sky. The Japanese Meteorological Agency issued its third highest alert after Mount Aso exploded in the early hours of Saturday morning, ejecting volcanic rock and ash 6.8 miles high. It also warned of heavy ash fall within 16 miles north east of the mountain. Footage on Japan’s NHK public television showed orange flames on several locations on the mountain top.
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