In southern Japan, on Kyushu Island, the volcano awoke Simmoe the first time in the last 52 years. Were evacuated over a thousand people. The volcano threw out three-kilometer column of ash and smoke more on Wednesday. Now the ashes slowly settles, becoming slippery mud. One day after the beginning of the eruption of visibility on the roads does not exceed five meters, volcanic dust corrodes my eyes and makes breathing more difficult. Specialists have not yet taken to predict how long the eruption will continue.