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Volcanic eruption of Guatemala's buried bodies, as you saw in Pompeii

The death toll from the volcanic eruption in Guatemala is expected to reach hundreds as rescue workers laboriously seek to reach charred remains under ashes. The layers of ashes were knee deep in some places and underneath were the remains of those who could not escape the burning stone and ashes spewing from Volcan de Fuego. The name means "volcano …

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Guatemala volcanic eruption kills more than 60

The death toll from Guatemala's National Forensic Science Institute could rise as rescuers had to fight to reach cities that were overrun. Dizzy survivors, covered with ashes and some with blood, trudged through their ruined neighborhoods. Many of them were shocked and sobbing, wondering what happened to their loved ones. Fuego volcano unleashed a fast moving pyroclastic flow – a …

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Guatemala Fuego: Search for deadly volcanic eruption

Media playback is not supported on your device Media Caption Video shows Guatemala's fiercest volcanic eruption for more than a century Soldiers help firefighters after missing humans after the terrible volcanic eruption in Guatemala on Sunday Torrents from overheated rocks, ashes and Mud Destroyed Villages Official death toll from the destruction of Fuego volcano has risen to 62, according to …

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Mayor promises new village for Kilauea eruption refugees; the lava flow approaches Highway 137

Video by USGS U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY / HVO The Fountain 8 fountains remained sturdy this morning without significantly reducing the amount of lava feeding multiple rafts DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM Lava 8 breaking out of the column, Thursday, from the playground of Leilani Community Club in Leilani Estates DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM Lava from column 8 flowed on Monday across …

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Mayor promises new village for Kilauea eruption refugees; Lava flow is approaching Highway 137

Video by USGS U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY / HVO The Fountain 8 fountains remained sturdy this morning without significantly reducing the amount of lava feeding multiple rafts DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM Lava 8 breaking out of the column, Thursday, from the playground of Leilani Community Club in Leilani Estates DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM Lava from column 8 flowed on Monday across …

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Dinosaur scales show first signs of skin eruption

image copyright Getty Images Caption The impression of an artist on a microraptor in flight An analysis of fossilized dandruff fragments has provided scientists with clues as to how dinosaurs and early birds shed their skin. The 125 million year old flakes are almost identical to the plumage of these ancient creatures found in modern birds. It shows that these …

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Hawaii Kilauea Volcano eruption: lava bombs, property destroyed

Lava flows from Kilauea volcano in Hawaii US. Geological overview of AP, file Hawaii's volcano Kilauea is still bubbling lava weeks after violent eruptions first began. On Tuesday, Kilauea sent an ash cloud thousands of feet into the sky, causing more devastation on the Big Island. And that's not the only danger: Also on Tuesday, a man was hit on …

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Another explosive eruption spits ash over Big Isle

JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COM Lava entered the ocean on Monday in the lower Puna on the island of Hawaii. Experts advise caution when lying near lounging because they contain both glass particles and toxic hydrochloric acid. JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COM Lava has come from the last lava flow into the ocean today, near Pahoa on the island of Hawaii JAMM …

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Hawaii's Big Island supports the volcanic eruption, further evacuations are possible

CLOSE AP reporter Sophia Yan says some residents of Hawaii's Big Island have been forced into evacuation shelters. Some worry about an energy plant that has housed 50,000 gallons of flammable material, and some residents of Hawaii's largest island are untouched by the damage of the lava. (May 11th) AP Hannique Ruder, a 65-year-old resident of the Leilani Estates subdivision, …

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