James Bond film volcano ERUPTS throwing giant rocks 2.5 miles

Saturday, March 10, 2018
By Paul Martin

AN ERUPTING volcano is spitting large flying rocks within a massive 2.5 mile radius, authorities have warned.

By Paul Harper
10th March 2018

Mount Shinmoedake on the Japanese island of Kyushu has been spewing ash for days but started exploding this morning.

Worrying reports recorded explosions just before 2am and at 4.27am,large rocks hurled nearly 2,000 metres from the crater.

Smoke and fumes rose up to 4,500m in the air.

Today the country’s meteorological agency issued new warnings, saying flying rocks could reach a 4km radius around the volcano.

The volcano was used as the exterior of a crime organisation’s lair in the 1967 James Bond film You Only Live Twice.

More than 80 flights were grounded at a local airport after a massive eruption at the volcano on Tuesday.

Media reports showed grey volcanic smoke billowing into the sky and orange lava rising to the crater’s mouth.

Ash and smoke shot up 7,500 feet in its biggest explosion for seven years.

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