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Mt St Helens
Mt St Helens location Mt St Helens is in south east Washington state
Mt. St. Helens back round Mt. St. Helens is the tallest mountain in the cascade range. The mountain is 9,677 feet tall
Landslide It started with a landslide just before the volcano erupted the lade slide moved 3.7 billion cubic yards of dirt.
The VOLCANO AWAKENS March 16 - May It started with many small earthquakes. lave started to flow out and create a 450 foot bulge. Then one big 5.1 scale earthquake
May 18,1980 On this day Mt St Helens explodes sending a 15 mile cloud of ash into the air.
The cloud of ash caused complete darkness in Spokane, Washington, 250 miles from the volcano. Video
Prevention The only warning is if there is a lot of small earthquakes. Earthquakes disrupt the earth making it explode when under pressure.
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Mount St. Helens is an active strata volcano in Washington, in the Pacific North West region of the United States. It is a composite volcano. It is located.
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