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A connection between two distinct, deadly disasters and what it has to do with listening to scientists.
40 years since the eruption of Mount St. Helens, what have scientists learned about predicting future volcanic activity in the Cascade Range
The eruption of Mount St. Helens on May 18, 1980 dramatically altered thousands of acres of landscape. But it also left an indelible mark on the memories of those who call the Pacific Northwest home.
On the 40-year anniversary of the historic disaster, we look back at some of the jaw-dropping scenes of devastation
Forty years ago Monday, May 18, the most destructive volcanic event in US history happened here in the Pacific Northwest.
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – There’s a good chance you missed the natural disaster known as the eruption of Mount St. Helens. It was 40 years ago on Monday. I was there but way too young to remember. You will notice I have posted photos my mom took from our airplane that day. I’m the toddler […]
KOIN 6 News aired a half-hour special about the eruption just 8 days after it took place, featuring aerial shots before, during and after the cataclysmic event.
Monday marks 40 years since Mount St. Helens erupted but even though four decades have passed, nearby communities are still at risk of catastrophic flooding.