PURWOKERTO.SUARA.COM, Regional Disaster Management Agency for Wonosobo Regency, Central Java appealed to
Local people and tourists in the Dieng Plateau are advised to be careful and aware of toxic gas (CO2) with the increasing status of the Dieng volcano.
As of Friday (13/1) at 23.00 WIB, the status of the Dieng Volcano has increased from level I (normal) to level II (alert).
The Chief Executive of the Regional Disaster Management Agency (BPBD) for Wonosobo Regency, Bambang Triyono, said in Wonosobo, Sunday, that since January 9, 2023 there have been several earthquakes in the Dieng Plateau, although small in scale, but on Friday (13/1) at 18.46 WIB there was an earthquake with a magnitude 3.4 Sr.
BPBD Wonosobo Regency is collaborating with BPBD Banjarnegara to check poison gas disaster-prone points.
Also Read: Following a Ligament Injury, Indonesian Women’s Doubles Pair Apriyani and Fadia Will Absent at the 2023 India Open
Several disaster-prone points include Sikendang Crater (in Telaga Warna Wonosobo), Sileri Crater and Sikidang Crater (Banjarnegara area).
Even though there is an increase in status, to this day the Dieng Plateau is still open to tourists. Only they are forbidden to approach at a number of these dangerous points.
“We have put up wind vanes and warning signs not to get close to these dangerous locations, because toxic gas can appear in these dangerous locations,” he said (Antara)
Leave a Reply