Daily Archives: April 27, 2011

45 more tornadoes in latest outbreak: death-toll climbs to 11

April 27, 2011 – MEMPHIS – The outbreak of the latest round of severe storms pounding the south has claimed another life. The Monday night storms the extended into a violent Tuesday hit the town of Vilonia, Arkansas the hardest. … Continue reading

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Remember the Alamo: firefighters converge in Texas to save the republic from wildfires

April 26, 2011 – AUSTIN– Firefighters from 43 states are now locked in a race to keep the state of Texas from going up in flames. Strewn across the state, are thousands of gas and oil wells- it’s a combustible situation … Continue reading

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Dark plume ejected from Chile’s Planchón-Peteroa volcano

April 26, 2011 – CHILE – Eruptions reader Gitta noted a fairly impressive ash plume at Chile’s Planchón-Peteroa – at least seen on the webcam. The plume isn’t especially tall, at least not from the vantage point of the webcam, … Continue reading

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Tungurahua volcano in Ecuador explodes- evacuations ordered

April 26, 2011 – ECUADOR – Authorities in Ecuador closed schools and evacuated residents in areas near a volcano Tuesday after ashes spewing from its crater fell on homes and farms, state media reported. Ashes from Tungurahua — which means … Continue reading

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