‘The deeper we dig the hotter it gets’, say Mount Semeru rescuers

Relief workers are struggling to clear tons of volcanic debris following the eruption of Mount Semeru in Indonesia’s East Java province on Saturday.On Tuesday they focused on three locations in the worst-hit village of Sumberwuluh, where people are still believed to be trapped in houses that were buried to their rooftops. Their efforts are being hampered by the intense heat.“The volcanic ash deposits are still at high temperatures, and the deeper we dig the hotter it gets,” said Wayan Suyatna,…

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