Hundreds of Thais stranded on active volcano after quake hit Indonesia

Sinabung volcano in Indonesia

Sinabung volcano in Indonesia. Image: Tom Casadevall, 1987 (U.S. Geological Survey).

Some 500 Thais and foreigners were stranded on an active volcano on Indonesia’s Lombok island, which was hit by a powerful earthquake on Sunday morning.

The shallow 6.4magnitude quake that jolted the island triggered land and rockslides, preventing the tourists from going down the mountain.

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By The Nation

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