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SOLAR SHOCKWAVE from The Sun Impacts Earth creates Very Deep M8.2 Earthquake hits Fiji region, two M6+ aftershocks
A solar shockwave impacted Earth at 04:25;38 UT on 08/19/18 triggering a Mega Quake that was over 560km deep.  The shockwave came from a series of large coronal holes that were Earth-facing for the last several days.

As the shockwave sped toward Earth at over 1 million MPH+ it picked up more speed with a burst of 1,829,814 MPH










M8.2 Mega Quake that pushed straight through Earth KEEP WATCH next 7-10 days



A very strong earthquake registered by the USGS as M8.2 hit Fiji region at 00:19 UTC (12:19 local time) on August 19, 2018. The agency is reporting a depth of 563.4 km (350 miles). EMSC is reporting M8.2 at a depth of 558 km (346 miles). This earthquake can have a low humanitarian impact based on the magnitude and the affected population and their vulnerability. According to the USGS, the epicenter was located 272.5 km (169.3 miles) E of Levuka (population 8 360), 330.6 km (20…

Most violent eruption of Fuego volcano in 40 years, massive pyroclastic flows leave hundreds dead

Most violent eruption of Fuego volcano in 40 years, massive pyroclastic flows leave hundreds dead

A major eruption started at Guatemalan Fuego volcano around 16:00 UTC (10:00 local time) on June 3, 2018. The eruption ejected volcanic ash up to 10 km (32 800 feet) above sea level and produced massive lava and pyroclastic flows in its most violent eruption in more than 40 years.
It was Fuego's second major eruption this year and the most violent since 1974. Lava and pyroclastic flows descended down the mountain and into nearby communities while volcanic ash rained down on communities up to 30 km (18 miles) from the volcano.
"It's a river of lava that overflowed its banks and affected the small town of El Rodeo. There are injured, burned and dead people," Sergio Cabanas, the general secretary of Guatemala’s CONRED national disaster management agency, said.
"Unfortunately El Rodeo was buried and we haven’t been able to reach the La Libertad village because of the lava and maybe there are people that died there too," Cabanas said.
Officials confirmed 33 deaths Monday morning, including one CONRED employee, and nearly 300 injured. About 1.7 million people have been affected by the eruption.
So far, the deaths are concentrated in the towns of El  Rodeo, Alotenano and San Miguel los Lotes, officials said, adding that rescue operations were suspended until 11:00 UTC, June 4 due to dangerous conditions and inclement weather.
The eruption closed Guatemala City’s La Aurora international airport due to the presence of volcanic ash, Guatemala’s civil aviation authority said on Twitter.
More than 3 000 people were evacuated.
Officials warned the public and tourists that volcanic eruption still presents a danger and could produce more mud and pyroclastic flows. Residents of four Guatemala's regions are advised to wear masks as protection against falling ash.
The alerts have increased to Red level in Escuintla, Alotenango, SacatepĂ©quez, Yepocapa and Chimaltenango, following the eruption, while the institutional level has increased to Orange, enabling 3 shelters in the department of Escuintla.

Update

June 8
The death toll from Fuego’s most violent eruption in four decades has been gradually rising and now stands at 109, Guatemala’s disaster and forensic agency Inacif said earlier on Thursday, June 7.
Featured image: Survivor speaks after major eruption of Guatemalan Fuego volcano on June 3, 2018. Credit: Telediario

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