Indonesia's Mount Merapi has erupted again.
After two days of intense activity, the volcano started spewing ash on Monday morning, for the fourth time in a week.
The volcano has claimed thirty-eight lives, but many were able to escape.
More than 66,000 evacuees remain in temporary shelters, as the alert warning remains at its highest level.
The scale of the evacuation means resources are becoming stretched.
Although the government has set up 99 shelters, it still doesn't seem to be enough.
(SOUNDBITE) (Bahasa Indonesia) VOLCANO EVACUEE, MARYOTO, SAYING:
"I went to two shelters provided by the government. They were full, so I came and stayed here."
Merapi is expected to continue erupting over coming days.
Residents have been warned against returning home, until the alert level is lowered.