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Deadly eruption hits New Zealand volcano tourist town hard

Reuters Sunday, 15 December 2019
Helicopter pilot Mark Law did not hesitate to fly out to New Zealand's White Island volcano immediately after it erupted to carry survivors to hospital, but after a harrowing week he knows his town's adventure tourism industry faces an uncertain future.
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