A volcanic eruption on the Indonesian island of Java has killed at least 13 people and left dozens injured.
Footage from Saturday near Mount Semeru shows villages buried in ash and residents fleeing.
Officials say that search and rescue operations are underway for a number of residents who've been reported missing.
98 people were injured, including two pregnant women and many who suffered severe burns.
More than 900 others have been evacuated from the area, and rescuers saved 10 people who were trapped in debris.
AP cites an official with the local geological survey center who says that the eruption was triggered by days of rain and a thunderstorm that eroded and collapsed the lava dome atop Mount Semeru.