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November 04, 2004

Amazing Volcanic Eruption

A SPECTACULAR volcanic eruption beneath Iceland’s biggest glacier has spewed a column of ash and gas more than seven miles into the air, forcing airlines to divert flights to avoid the blast.

At least ten transatlantic flights have been rerouted south of Iceland to skirt the plume rising from the Gríms- vötn volcano in the east of the island, which began to erupt on Monday and continues to spout noxious fumes and debris. [more]

Posted by Blogorithm at November 4, 2004 10:36 PM

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