Not by Fire but by Ice
THE NEXT ICE AGE - NOW!
Discover What Killed the Dinosaurs . . . and Why it Could Soon Kill Us
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Flood has greatly increased
The walking bridge over the lagoon has disappeared and the flood has greatly increased from the glacial tongue Gígjökull, reaching halfway to the Markarfljót river.
People in cars who are currently by the river should get to Hvolsvöllur as soon as possible. The Civil Defense Agency requests those who went to tend animals in Landeyjar to do the same. They are urged to get themselves to Hvolsvöllur immediately.
Geologists flying over Eyjafjallajökull say that a large fault trough (graben) has formed around the crater, which is up under the summit of the glacier.
There is ash fall to the east close to
Fimmvörduháls, and the cloud of volcanic ash and smoke has now risen
up to 22,000 feet.
Iceland volcano erupts again
Extended deep freeze if Iceland volcano blows
Iceland volcano could have global consequences
Iceland volcano erupts - hundreds evacuated
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