Cleveland Volcano Erupts In Alaska

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(KTVI) -Cleveland Volcano, located on a remote Alaska island, erupted three times Saturday between 5:00am and noon. According to designtrend.com, the volcano is currently sending up a 15,000 foot cloud into the air.

This could alter air travel between the U.S. and Asia. The aviation air alert level has been raised from advisory (yellow) to watch (orange). Scientists say the volcano could erupt again at any time.

The last time Mount Cleveland erupted was in February 2001.

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