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ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Indonesia's Mount Sinabung continued to erupt on Tuesday (December 31) sending hundreds of residents fleeing. The 2,460-metre high volcano in western Indonesia erupted six times on Tuesday morning, a vulcanologist at the observation post said. The government's alert status remained at its highest level, after violent eruptions in recent months from the volcano that lay dormant for four centuries. The National Disaster Management Agency said more than 19,000 people, evacuated over the last few months, are staying in 31 temporary shelters provided by the government. Vulcanologist Gede Suandika said the huge volcanic ash cloud was formed by a collapse of the lava dome on Monday (December 30). The Centre for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation (PVMBG) has put the volcano status on its highest alert, and advised the public to remain five kilometers away from the volcano crater. Sinabung is one of nea