The death toll from a volcanic eruption in Indonesia has gone up to 22, after rescuers found nine more bodies, BBC News reported.
The search for the 10 missing hikers on Mount Marapi resumed on Tuesday after being paused due to safety worries.
Officials said that nine bodies had been recovered by afternoon, with one of them still missing. Twelve other injured hikers are undergoing treatment in hospital.
Frequent volcanic eruptions have hampered rescue efforts for days.
Ahmad Rifandi, head of Marapi's monitoring post, told AFP news agency that five eruptions had been recorded on Tuesday alone.
Rescuers told BBC News Indonesia they have been taking advantage of windows of relative calm to look for the missing and efforts to look for the last missing hiker would resume on Wednesday.
The volcano spewed a 3km (9,800ft) ash cloud into the air on Sunday, shrouding surrounding villages in ash.
There were 75 hikers in the area during the eruption, most of whom have been evacuated and received treatment for burns.