Ship only evacuating the vaccinated from Caribbean Island after volcanic eruption

USA Today: ‘More explosions could occur’: La Soufriere volcano eruption sends thousands fleeing on Caribbean island of St. Vincent

The La Soufriere volcano erupted Friday morning on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent, then again in the afternoon, sending columns of ash more than 20,000 feet into the air.

The eruptions followed mandatory evacuation orders from the government. Roughly 16,000 people live in the “red zone” near the volcano and required evacuation, according to Erouscilla Joseph, director of the University of the West Indies’ Seismic Research Center.

“More explosions could occur,” she said Friday morning, adding that it was impossible to predict whether any potential upcoming explosions would be bigger or smaller than the first one.

Explosive eruption rocks volcano on Caribbean’s St. Vincent

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — An explosive eruption rocked La Soufriere volcano on the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent on Friday after the government ordered thousands to evacuate their homes nearby.

Experts said the first explosion shot an ash column 32,000 feet (10 kilometers) into the sky and that the majority of the ash was headed northeast into the Atlantic Ocean. Lightning crackled through the towering column of smoke and ash late Friday.

Heavy ashfall was reported in communities around the volcano and beyond, with authorities saying some evacuations were limited by poor visibility.

Several flights also were canceled and islands including Barbados, St. Lucia and Grenada prepared for light ashfall as the 4,003-foot (1,220-meter) volcano continued to rumble. Authorities reported two other explosions later Friday as the island braced for possible additional activity.

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7 Replies to “Ship only evacuating the vaccinated from Caribbean Island after volcanic eruption”

  1. Typical of the left, kill off all who refuse to believe the leftist BS, I hope at some point in the future the officers on those ships face a court for their crimes.

  2. If they are only taking people who have been vaccinated, they should charged with crimes against humanity. CBS would not lie, would they, to panic more people to get the gene therapy? Bill Gates syndrome.

    A dear sweet friend came to visit me, all masked up, I asked him what is with the mask? He asked me if I had not heard the news, we are in a state of emergency, hospitals are full, people are dying and he was going the next day to get his vaccine.

    I asked him if he has read anything about the vaccines, he said it is all over the news how bad it is. I told him I would rethink getting the gene therapy. He left, he did not want to hear what I had to say.

    I am not sure I want people who have had the vaccine coming to my house. Are they the new super spreaders? Who knows for sure. Who should be calling who “Unclean”?

    • Stop spraying everything, using hand sanitizer, making people who are allergic sick. Down the road there might be law suits from people who are allergic to all the crap stores have sprayed around.

      Linsey Marr, an expert on airborne viruses at Virginia Tech, “We have known this for a long time and yet people are still focusing so much on surface cleaning. There is really NO evidence that anyone has ever gotten COVID by touching a contaminated surface.”

      On April 5th the CDC quietly changed their page with another message. “In most situations the risk of infection from touching a surface is low.”

      Studies suggest the risk of SARS-COVID-2 infection via the Foote transmission route is low, generally less than 1 in 10,000.

      STOP using hand sanitizer, and sprays.

      Another COVID myth

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