At least 10 people are believed to have been injured from the volcanic rocks and steam.
A BBC film crew documenting the active Mount Etna in Sicily weren't afforded that luxury, and together with tourists they witnessed first-hand just how temperamental Mother Nature can be. For this most recent one, several tourists and a crew of BBC journalists were present, with the journalists catching footage from much too close.
Standing at 11,000 feet, Etna is Europe's largest volcano and erupts frequently and with little warning through any of its many vents.
Umberto Marino, President of the local Alpine Club, was traveling up Mount Etna towards the active lava flow in a snowcat to check out the activity when the crowd began running towards him.
"Running down a mountain pelted by rocks, dodging burning boulders and boiling steam - not an experience I ever ever want to repeat", Morelle said on Twitter after the group got off the mountain.
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The Daily Mail reported Abd El Aty lost 66 pounds in five days with a strict 1,200 calorie diet in preparation for the surgery. Eman, 37, was airlifted from Alexandria in Egypt and brought to Mumbai on February 11, when she weighed around 500 kg.
Morelle said the explosion was "a reminder of how unsafe [and] unpredictable volcanoes can be".
Undoubtedly a terrifying experience for all involved and from the safety of our homes the pictures of lava emerging from the snow-covered volcano look like something out of a sci-fi movie.
As a result of Thursday's eruption, officials said flights arriving at Catania airport would be halved to five an hour because of ash clouds, but departures would continue uninterrupted.
Authorities said the four of those hurt had to be hospitalized, mostly for head injuries, but all were expected to recover.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that the seatbelts in those vehicles might detach during collisions. If the seat belt linkage detaches from the anchor pretensioner in a collision, the risk of injury to the occupant is increased.
At the height of the crisis in 2011, there were 237 attacks and the annual cost of piracy was estimated to be up to $8bn (£7bn). The ship had been carrying fuel from Djibouti to Somalia's capital, Mogadishu , when it was approached by men in two skiffs.
But this week, they beat the Netherlands, South Korea and Chinese Taipei, all of which are ranked significantly higher. World Baseball Classic rules state that players who are eligible for citizenship of a country may play on its team.
The recommended, at least on my machine at home, I have a 1060, I run at higher than 30 [fps] for the majority of the game. With March 21st creeping closer, Bioware has piqued fans interest by revealing new details of their upcoming game.
On Thursday, a pinned tweet showed up on McDonald's Corporation's Twitter account - a tweet which has since been deleted . In a statement, later posted to the account , McDonald's said: "Twitter notified us that our account was compromised ".
The case was then referred to the European Court of Justice for clarification on what is banned by EU anti-discrimination laws. In June 2006, Achbita was dismissed because of her continuing insistence on wearing the headscarf at work.
They are strong enough as a team to get a first-round win if Trevon Blueitt and JP Macura can make big shots down the stretch. He would take a desperation 3-pointer that would find its way through the bottom of the net with 6 seconds left to play.
Soon after, the woman lost consciousness, her foot slipped from the brake, and her SUV began to roll down the drive-thru lane. Viloria is being hailed as a hero by his boss, Alex Menendez, who owns the McDonald's franchise where the incident occurred.
According to police, video shows 31-year-old Chiengkham Vilaysane walking with her two-year-old daughter behind her. Authorities are searching for a California woman accused of abandoning her two-year-old daughter at a supermarket.
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Sizing John's win is rich reward for the Potts, who have poured money in to jumps racing with fervour for the past 12 years. Harrington's only caveat in giving post-Gold Cup interviews was to be free to watch her runner in the final race.
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Since November, the city of Dallas has reportedly been having problems with "ghost calls" overwhelming the 911 call center. The city said that there is no evidence so far that the delays in emergency response played any role in his death.
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No prices for them have been revealed yet, Source Crystals will be available on the PlayStation Store and Xbox Live Marketplace. While Source Crystals aren't created to impact progression in the game, they do allow for a bit of a shortcut.
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Halt: Orisa launches a graviton charge which she can detonate, slowing nearby enemies and pulling them towards the explosion. Described in a new "behind the scenes" video as an Anchor Tank, her role will be a defensive one.
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But the worst weather-related problems were expected at airports serving New York, Philadelphia, Washington, Boston and Baltimore. Major U.S. airlines have cancelled thousands of flights across the Northeast in preparation for snow and whiteout conditions.
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The then-U.S. president-elect also publicly toyed with the idea that Washington was not bound by the " One China " policy. The planned meeting comes after a long campaign in which Trump promised the American people he'd be tough on China.
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It plans to burn rubbish generated by the capital's estimated four million people and convert it into electricity. The landfill has been used for more than 50 years, with other, smaller landslides reported in recent years.