Tag: Volcano

A drone flew over the Fuego volcano’s hellish aftermath in Guatemala. Here’s what it saw.

Volcán de Fuego erupts during a sunrise.Image: Shutterstock / John Crux By Mark Kaufman2018-06-14 18:10:04 UTC There’s no question that Guatemala’s Volcán de Fuego is a deadly mountain. Beginning June 3, the volcano sent chaotic avalanches of rock and gas down its sides, and as of June 13 the eruptions had taken 110 lives, with […]

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Rescue Operations Underway Amid Devastation From Guatemala Volcano

(CBS News) — A catastrophic and deadly volcano eruption in Guatemala is affecting more than a million people. The “Volcan de Fuego,” or “volcano of fire,” exploded just before noon on Sunday. At least 25 people were confirmed dead as of early Monday morning, and authorities said an undetermined number were still missing, potentially trapped beneath thick […]

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Guatemala Eruption Impacts LAX Travelers

LAX (CBSLA) — A major eruption at one of Central America’s most active volcanoes. There are at least 25 confirmed deaths linked to the volcanic activity in Guatemala. Cristy Fajardo reports from LAX where some travelers are feeling the impact of the eruption. A flight bound for Guatemala City was set to depart from Terminal 3 late […]

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What Is Kilauea’s Impact on the Climate?

Maarten de Moor would like to clear up a few things about the dramatic, weeks-long eruption of Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano. Kilauea’s spectacular explosions won’t set off earthquakes on America’s West Coast. They won’t cause a tsunami, either. They won’t trigger a bigger, more catastrophic eruption like the one of Mount Pinatubo, in the Philippines, in […]

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