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2 volcano eruptions added to disasters list


A volcano in Toronto erupted on Friday and killed 12 people-injured 7. This eruption takes the tally to 7 major disasters in 4 months. The day for investigating was scheduled for yesterday and we have to wait till tomorrow’s paper to tell us what is going on.


The Eyjafjallajokull volcano erupted yesterday afternoon killing none and injuring 2. A total of 11,000 flights have been postponed due to these 2 eruptions. Add another to the tally and now it has reached 8 disasters in 4 months. Investigations are set to start this afternoon as President Barack Obama will also come and investigate with the FBI.

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  1. April 18, 2010 at 9:45 am

    I read articles in the newspaper about the second issue which is in iceland. I am really interested by it. People have to stay in airports and the pictures seem like we should feel bad for them. No planes can fly in or out of europe. This might be a problem for a while because fo the ash.

  2. Sujinna
    April 18, 2010 at 5:33 pm

    Now, natural disasters happen very often from volcanoes eruptions to earthquakes to droughts and tsunami. People suffer from them.

    No one could fly to europe as rosna said which is bad since my cousin needs to go to germany to study and he can’t

  3. Amy
    April 18, 2010 at 7:19 pm

    This has been a rough week for us humans there are so many disasters happening, I hope we learn something about our enviroment if we dont take care of it these things will happen its not our enviroments fault its ours,Everyones.
    SO LETS TAKE SOME ACTION! I hope during this exhibition we do make a difference. One my sisters friends who went to a trip in her collage is stuck there and her family is really worried.

    • Mr. Sam
      April 18, 2010 at 8:46 pm

      Nice call to action, Amy! Do you think our planet is giving us a message at the moment?

      My wife is stuck in Milan, no idea when she’ll be able to get back here.

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