The police force of New Zealand is going to start an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the eruption of the volcano of White Island, new york. When the volcano erupted Monday, at least six people were killed, eight people are still unaccounted for.
The police assumed that the missing persons are passed away; on the island there is no sign of life anywhere to be found. One of the workers on the island have been compared to what he has on the island, was to be found at a joint press conference with what he saw in the tv series Chernobyl. “It was all buried under a layer of ash, it was such a surreal experience.”
The New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern, has said, that the White Island is an active volcano and there are questions whether tourists will be the place to be or visit. “But for now we focus on the people who are involved have been touched by this tragic event,” said Ardern.
Of the 31 people injured who have been evacuated are located in the hospital. For the most part it has burn, which is more than 71 percent of the body as well. Clinicians may fear that not all of the injuries that you will survive.
The group of people who have been robbed on the island, was, Australia, New Zealand, and the United States of america, China, Malaysia, Germany, and the United Kingdom.
The volcano on White Island, erupted Monday, at 14.11 hrs. (local time). At that time there were, among others, the tourists on the island who are on a journey with a cruise ship, Ovation of the Seas. It is not clear whether they are also affected by the blast. A group of tourists were on the ship and survived.
Even though the island is difficult to reach, was, were aware of the search and rescue of several people from the volcano, to pick it up. The search and rescue mission, eleven helicopters, and twelve ambulances were used.
The volcano blows up even more and the steam from it. Geowetenschappers consider the possibility that the volcano in the next 24 hours or so to re-correct size and 50 percent of the time.
42Rookpluim after a deadly volcanic eruption in New Zealand