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May 7 Tremors and renewed eruptions of steam and ash. May 12 Small avalanche of rocks caused by earthquake. May 18, 8:32 am An earthquake causes a huge avalanche on the volcano’s north side, immediately followed by an eruption with the force of 55 atomic bombs. The blast is heard 200 miles (320 km) away. Around ten million trees were ﬂattened like matchsticks, and many were carried into Spirit Lake, covering its surface. It will take up to 200 years for the forests to recover fully. This blast overtook the avalanche of debris and swept on, destroying forests and stripping the ground to bare rock in places.
Forked lightning ﬂashes and ﬂickers through the column and around the shattered rim of the crater. Sparked by electrical charge in the gases that stream out from the volcano, a powerful bolt of lightning can strike every second. A ﬁnal catastrophic blast is about to destroy the mountain. Everything that remains inside and outside of the devastated volcano will be rolled into a gigantic cloud of deadly, superheated debris, which will ﬂood out of the ruined mountainside. In these ﬁrst moments of the pyroclastic blast, the area around the volcano is pummeled by falling rocks, and often shaken by a shock waves rippling through the ground like earthquakes.
It is a massive shield volcano that has grown over at least 100,000 years of eruptions. 5 km) above the sea floor, and the crust beneath is pushed down by a further 5 miles (8 km). Mauna Loa has erupted frequently over the last 100,000 years. Height 13,681 ft (4,170 m) Volcano type Shield volcano Last eruption 1984 Record Largest active volcano Location Big Island, Hawaii Lower slopes of volcano are fertile farmland Vesuvius Vesuvius towers over the city of Naples, Italy. Three million people live in its shadow—more than any other active volcano in Europe.