Japan Volcano Eruption

March 13, 2011 by staff 

Japan Volcano Eruption, A volcano in southern Japan began to spew ash and rocks again. The Meteorological Agency issued a warning that Shinmoedake volcano resumed activity after a quiet couple of weeks. The mountain is on the island of Kyushu is 1,500 miles from the epicenter of Friday magnitude 8.9 earthquake, and it is unclear if the rash is related to tremble.
Japan cannot take a break and after the deadly tsunami, a volcanic eruption.

Everyone remains focused on Japan after the earthquake disaster recent Tsunami. Today, Japan volcano has entered the mix that the volcano in southern Japan erupted Shinmoedake yesterday morning. Although no officials have confirmed that this volcanic eruption is a direct consequence of Japan Tsunami / Earthquake, the time seems a little too perfect to be coincidental. As the tsunami death toll rises to 10,000 and fear a nuclear disaster threatens Japan, the last thing they needed was a volcano eruption.

The volcano of Japan (Shinmoedake), which is about 4700 feet high, sent rocks and ash Two miles in the air! For me, who never saw a volcanic eruption live and in person that sounds pretty crazy? Hope that relief efforts are underway Japan Tsunami / Earthquake this recent volcanic eruption does not slow down the process of searching for all these people lost. My thoughts and prayers are with those affected by the terrible tsunami and earthquake.

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