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Drone footage has captured the damage caused by the eruption of La Soufrière volcano on the Caribbean island of St Vincent. Get today's top stories:

Since the volcano La Soufrière erupted in early April, there have been no deaths reported on the island of St Vincent. But the eruption has shattered people’s livelihoods and left apocalyptic landscapes and a humanitarian crisis. Listen to @C4TheFourcast :

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VOLCANO UPDATE: A ship carrying @USAID  emergency supplies has set off from USAID's Miami warehouse for St Vincent island, where La Soufrière 🌋 volcano has forced 13,000+ people to evacuate. More here:

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La Soufriere Volcano in St Vincent Deemed 'Apocalyptic' as 20,000 People Are Displaced

Volcanic gases are affecting air quality throughout the Caribbean as the La Soufrière volcano on the island of St. Vincent continues to erupt. #LaSoufriere  #volcano  #StVincent 

Drone footage has captured the damage caused by the eruption of La Soufrière volcano on the Caribbean island of St Vincent. Get today's top stories:

St Vincent: Drone video shows idyllic island blanketed with volcanic ash after La Soufriere eruption

The La Soufrière volcano erupted again this morning on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent. Thousands of people have been evacuated from their homes since the volcano began erupting earlier this month.

"Anything helps." La Soufrière, a volcano on the island of Saint Vincent, erupted on April 9, causing severe destruction and uprooting thousands of people from their homes.

The United Nations is looking to raise money to help the Caribbean island of St. Vincent, which was coated in ash after La Soufrière volcano erupted again on April 19.

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An explosive eruption rocked La Soufriere volcano on the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent following mandatory evacuation orders. The ash column rose at high as 6 miles, the director of the University of the West Indies Seismic Center said.

An explosive eruption rocked La Soufriere volcano and sent an ash column 32,000 feet into the sky on the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent after the government ordered thousands to evacuate their homes nearby.

“No water, lots of dust in our home. We thank God we are alive, but we need more help at this moment.” The volcano La Soufriere continues to erupt on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent, contaminating water supplies with ash and destroying crops.

Caribbean island of St Vincent covered in layer of grey ash as La Soufriere volcano erupts

“The volcano is erupting again this morning.” La Soufrière volcano erupted on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent for the third time in a week, with leaders saying that water is running short as heavy ash contaminates supplies.

The La Soufrière volcano on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent erupted following a day of seismic activity that forced evacuations in the area. It produced a plume of ash 20,000 feet high, according to officials.

The La Soufrière volcano on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent erupted a third time on Friday, according to officials.

St. Vincent’s La Soufriere Volcano earlier today from GOES East

Officials on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent say a major eruption is imminent and have ordered mandatory evacuations for those who live near the La Soufrière volcano.

St. Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves has declared a disaster alert prompted by a change in the eruptive activity at the La Soufrière volcano, according to the country's National Emergency Management Organization

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