Facebook: The new Mount St. Helens?


May 18, 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens. Original negative is 9×9 black/white aerial. USGS Photograph taken on May 18, 1980, by Robert Krimmel. KVAL News asked: Where were you on May 18, 1980? This story is based in part of responses posted to the

By AP Facilities at the Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument are free today to mark the 32nd anniversary of the big 1980 blast that killed 57 people and changed the landscape. Visitors can learn about the changes and check on current conditions

Mt. St. Helens exploded 32 years ago on May 18. It began with a small series of earthquakes and culminated with the volcano erupting, a cataclysmic collapse of the flank of the mountain and the largest landslide in recorded

May 18, 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens. Original negative is 9×9 black/white aerial. USGS Photograph taken on May 18, 1980, by Robert Krimmel. KVAL News asked: Where were you on May 18, 1980? This story is based in part of responses posted to the

  • Facebook: The new Mount St. Helens?
  • Facebook: The new Mount St. Helens?
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