Tue, 07 Aug 2012 6:01p.m.
The volcanic alert at Tongariro National Park remains at level 2, just over 18 hours after Mt Tongariro burst into life.
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7/08/2012 11:42:09 p.m.
The smell almost 24 hours is awful. The Smell only hit Levin in the last couple of hours. Feel for the ones living in the area and having to put up with the smell.
7/08/2012 11:24:18 p.m.
Maybe the big fella upstairs is trying to tell us something as since John Key has been prime minister New Zealand has had nearly as many major disasters as the previous 100 years not counting wars.
7/08/2012 9:42:03 p.m.
Maria Warwick wrote:
Im just a bit concerned about how the man was left out in this video as he said , could taupo lake errupts, who knows, at least we will be all dead where we live. This is shocking a I think this should be on here aswell.
7/08/2012 7:06:09 p.m.
Quote from Hilary on 3 News "if anyone had been in the hut they would be dead" unquote. Sensational bollocks is now News? 'May be dead' fair enough, but 'would be' ??
Quote from expert type in above article " However, it is difficult to know what will happen next and although things could get worse the volcano might settle down completely or small eruptions could continue" Ya think ? All bases covered with that statement so I think you nailed it :)
"But the mountain, hidden under a shroud of cloud, refused to reveal the damage" unquote = dramatic way of saying it was cloudy huh
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