FILE - Debris from the Mount Karangetang volcano lies on the shoulder of the mountain in Siau, part of Indonesia's Sulawesi island chain , in this July 27, 2006 file photo. Surono, a disaster official, said Mount Karangetang spewed lava and hot ash hundreds of yards (meters) into the air on Friday Aug. 6, 2010. Mount Karangetang is located on Siau, part of the Sulawesi island chain. (AP Photo/Arter, File)
Mount Karangetang, a volcano in Siau, Sulawesi erupted on Friday.
Mount Karangetang is one of Indonesia’s most active volcano.
1,110 degree Fahrenheit (600 Celsius) clouds of gas and hot lava was spit out from the mountain.
Ash and hot lava destroyed houses and other buildings.
A bridge and road is badly damaged.
Four people were missing and feared dead.
Five others were hospitalized, one in critical condition.
The mountain last erupted in July 2006.