Philippine volcano posed to repeat it’s violent history

Philippine volcano posed to repeat it’s violent history

The volcano that killed 1300 people and injured untold thousands leaving the Philippines totally devastated when it erupted over a century ago began rumbling and belching puffs of smoke Sunday, before it suddenly erupted, blasting fiery lava, steaming hot rocks and thick, heavy ash, nearly 10 miles into the tropical blue atmosphere and setting off surging tremors and fears of another tsunami.

Norris Griffin
Norris Griffin
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