Discussion in 'Argentina' started by jfieru4, Jun 15, 2011.
I do have first time experience as a kid. A couple decades ago there was a similar situation with Mt. St. Hellens in Washington State. I actually lived not far from it, and I remember the ash fall from the volcano made a mess of our lives for a while.
I've been reading that the situation in Argentina is very bad indeed, though I don't even want imagine what the Chileans are going through since there are power cuts in the area and people don't have breathing sets.
I also learnt that the ashes have already reached Buenos Aires, so domestic and international flights have been disrupted.
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