MT. KLYUCHEVSKOY VOLCANO, Kamchatka, Russia 56o11' N, 160o47' E Thursday, July 29, 1993, 20:00 KDT The summit eruption continues. On July 27 at 22:00, the gas and ash plume was as high as 5 km above the crater extending to the south for an unknown distance. On July 28 at 00:30, a lava flow was observed on the west flank as well as lava fountains 600-700 meters above the crater. On July 29 at 15:00, the gas and ash cloud was 5 km high above the crater and extended to the southwest. Volcanic tremor is high but stable.