Stromboli: ‘Forest Dead’ as a volcano is unexpectedly destroyed on the Italian island

Stromboli is one of the longest continuously active volcanoes in the world and has been erupting for almost 2,000 years.

A traveler, who is believed to be a tourist, was hit by falling stone while walking, a rescue service officer told Reuters.

The Italian news agency ANSA also cited Limerick’s mayor, who is the largest of the Aeolian islands from Sicily, which Stromboli says that a person was killed.

Mayor Marco Giorguni told ANSA that the victim was a tourist who had trekked up to the summit of the volcano.

The unexpected explosion started in the western part of the small Mediterranean island and sent a pile of gray smoke in the air.

“We saw a blast from the hotel. There was a sharp roar,” Michela Favretito, who works in a hotel near Fio Grande on the east side of the island, told Reuters.

“We plugged our ears and after this a cloud of ashes swept over us. The whole sky is full of ashes, it is a big cloud.”

ANSA said that some tourists jumped into the sea, “out of fear” exploded.

Many people in Sicily and nearby Sicily were posting photos and videos of the explosion online.

Stromboli is one of the longest continuously active volcanoes in the world and has been erupting for almost 2,000 years.

Mike Burton, a professor of volcano in the University of Manchester, who worked on 924m (3,031 feet) volcano, told Sky News that the volcano regularly explodes lightly, which is not dangerous.

Professor Burton said that he is in every 15 to 20 minutes and throws red-hot flowers of lava to 200 meters (656 feet) above the crater.

Professor said that Wednesday’s explosion is difficult to qualify, but he said that it can definitely be considered a major.

They said that the peak of the volcano is a reinforced concrete shelter which can provide protection and these are areas where tourists usually climb volcano with local guides.

Loncaster University Senior Research Associate Antonio Capponi told Sky News that the reasons for these sudden occurrences of violent incidents are still poorly understood.

“In spite of generally mild activity and [it] is considered ‘friendly’ by the public, stromboli – and any other active volcano – is still an unexpected and very complex system and extreme care should be taken at all times,” Colony said.

Two railway workers die due to train injuries

Cardiff Superintendent Andy Morgan said that a 58-year-old man from North Connell and a 64-year-old Kenfig Hill man was declared dead on the spot by Paramedics.

A third person was treated with shock, but he was not injured.

There were three railway workers who were working on lines at that time.

He said that he was making sure that those who were witnesses of the painful incident should get the necessary support for both the place and the train.

Passengers were trapped in the train because all the lines between Brigadend and Swansea were blocked, because the National Railway had warned potential travelers to intervene till the end of the day.

According to WellsOnline, people left the train one by one before going to the coaches waiting near them.

A passenger, who chose to remain anonymous, said that when he was trapped in the train: “The police have said on the investigation of the train that we are fine.

“Everyone at the end looks fine.

“The staff has given everyone free water and drinks and are regularly going through the train.”

The Railway Accident Investigation Branch confirmed that inspectors were deployed after the accident with track employees.

Bill Raleigh, Director of Network Rail Wales said: “We are surprised and distressed that the death of two members of our team was lost in the accident today.”

“Our thoughts are with our colleagues and our staff members, who will be affected by this tragic loss, and we will provide all the help we can.”

Transport Secretary Chris Grilling said that he was “deeply saddened” by the accident and would be investigated.

General Secretary of Mick Cash, Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) Union said: “This is shocking news.

“The RMT is trying to establish all the facts but our immediate response is that it is a horrific tragedy and no person working for the railway should be kept in that position as a result of which deaths occurred this morning.

“The union will support our members and their families, to suspend all similar acts until the demands of the network rail and to establish the facts.

“Our thoughts are with the people involved in this incident and their loved ones.”

The constituency MP, Stephen Kinnock, said: “I am very worried about the report of a tragic accident on the railway line between Bridgend and Port Talbot.

“I think there can be two fatal consequences. This is a terrible news, and my thoughts are with all concerned families.”

It comes after a government report on Wednesday that between 2018 and 2019, 147 people died in work in England, Scotland and Wales.

Figures show that 16 people were killed in transport and storage, compared to 32 people who were killed in the most dangerous industry, which were agriculture, forestry and fishing.

In construction 30 were deadly, 26 were in construction and 18 were in wholesale, retail, motor repair, accommodation and food.

Between 2018 and 2019, 30 out of total deaths showed that it was killed by a moving vehicle.

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