Augustine erupts

Augustine Volcano erupted Tuesday morning, sending an ash plume 8 1/2 miles into the air, officials at the Alaska Volcano Observatory said.
Augustine Volcano about 75 miles soutwest of Homer, Alaska, billows steam and ash Thursday Jan. 12, 2006. The intensity of Augustine Volcano's seismic rumblings on Thursday fell to pre-eruption levels a day after two brief explosions spewed ash five miles (8 kilometers) into the skies over Cook Inlet, but scientists still anticipate another eruption.
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