Tourist areas in Central Java in Indonesia rare fires seven climbers were burned to death

Updated: October 19, 2015  Views: 23

Indonesia Central Java province Lavoux rare volcanic fires. (Internet photo)

[Global Network reported reporter Chengjun Qiu] According to Hong Kong 'East Network' on October 19 reported that due to dry weather in Central Java province, Indonesia's famous tourist area Lavoux volcano (Mount Lawu) 18 fires occurred rare, more seven climbers passengers were burned alive, while at least two people were severely burned.

Indonesian government officials on the 19th, said seven people were burned to death, but the identity is not clear; two wounded there are nearly 5 percent skin burns; the authorities still evacuate climbers The official also said the climbers did not believe the cause of the fire is extinguished causing campfire.

According to local media reports, about 50 climbers on the 18th to the premises hike, about 8:30 in the morning, steppe volcano between the third and fourth post suddenly caught fire, and the fire is very intense, more than climbers trapped in which a 18-year-old climbers said the fire spread rapidly in strong winds. When she saw five people escaped clothes caught fire and rolling on the ground. Get Top News, Latest News and Current News from Latest Current News: U.S., China, World, Entertainment, Health, Finance, Business, echnology, Travel, Politics, Sports.