Black ‘hail’ rains down on Italian town after eruption

November 25, 2013ITALYAn Italian photographer has filmed a town being blanketed in stone and ash as it fell from the sky like hail stones after Mt Etna erupted again on Saturday. Footage shows the town covered in inches of black ash spewed out by the volcano and pushed hundreds of kilometers across the Strait of Messina from Sicily to the mainland. It rained down from dark cloud above and spread over the town’s streets and cars. Some residents used umbrellas to shield them from the chunks of ash that were almost 2cm in size. Mt Etna has erupted several times this year, one as recently as Saturday 16 November, but its last major eruption was in 1992. There were no evacuations from yesterday’s eruption, but a highway was closed for half-an-hour and four air corridors that service Sicily’s Catania Airport, south of the volcano, were closed for some time. – Nine MSN
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4 Responses to Black ‘hail’ rains down on Italian town after eruption

  1. Lisa says:

    It begins

  2. Dennis E. says:

    Beautiful night time image………But some have speculated that there is a major geological event
    on going under ground in that area and I include Italy in this.

    I wonder if Rome will be destroyed any Earth Change events and The Vatican move to Jerusalem? They already own the entire floor above David’s tomb.

    Just a thought…….

  3. JamesnPdx says:

    Will someone go wake up the sheeple and tell them to smell the ash cloud:-/

  4. IThis is a chain of events across the globe when the fire rains down upon us we will burn nature will win :-)?

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