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Rescuers describe 'Chernobyl-like' scene on White Island after volcano eruption

SBS Tuesday, 10 December 2019
Rescuers have described the horrific scene on White island immediately after the deadly volcano eruption.
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News video: New Zealand volcano eruption: Rescue workers search for those missing after blast on White Island

New Zealand volcano eruption: Rescue workers search for those missing after blast on White Island 00:50

The volcano eruption on White Island has killed six people. Rescue workers are hunting for those missing after the blast. View on euronews

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