Sky lights up during volcanic lava eruptions in Indonesia
The night sky lights up red and orange as lava erupts from Soputan volcano in North Sulawesi, Indonesia.
The eruption comes just days after the 7.5-magnitude earthquake and tsunami struck Palu, killing more than 1,424 in one of the country's deadliest ever natural disasters.
This video, filmed by Gerry Roring from Langowan rice fields at 7.06 pm on Wednesday, October 3, shows the crater sending a column of ash into the sky and the glow of the lava.
According to Gerry, the volcano caused fires.
"Not only lava and smoke, but fire is also seen covering the mountain," he said.
After an overnight eruption, Soputan re-erupted on Thursday, October 4 at 6:36 am with a column height of 1,500 ash.