Indonesia's Mt Semeru volcano has erupted another three times over the past 24 hours, after it first buried villages at its base on the weekend.
At least 27 people are missing while 34 have been counted among the dead. Rescuers have temporarily abandoned the search efforts due to the volcano's instability.
The Indonesian authorities are estimated that 3000 houses and 38 schools were damaged by the eruptions. Thousands of homes will need to be relocated to avoid similar damages.
President Joko Widodo has flown over the affected areas, including Sumberwuluh which is so far the worst-hit area.
Existing in the Pacific 'Ring of Fire' region, Indonesia is home to more than a hundred active volcanoes. Mt Semeru previously erupted in January this year, before it began erupting again at the weekend.