Tourists flee as volcano erupts in New Zealand Tourists flee as volcano erupts in New ZealandSudden and deadly volcano erupting on an island in New Zealand Americans feared to be among the missing tonight the volcano sending a stirring 12,000 feet into the air, with no warning as tourist from all over the world for standing along its rim and climbing up at sides. This video tonight from a boat that had left just minutes before the blast, at least five people killed and many still missing years, ABC’s James Longman tonight eruption that came close to killing them, taking them to get to safety option hit just after 2 p.m. on New Zealand, white Island volcanic ash spewing 12000 feet into the air Pulte. Seven people were on the island when the volcano erupted, something coming from a Royal Caribbean cruise ship group of people inside the crater. This image taken minutes before the explosion, using it official saying at least five – are confirmed dead more than 30, were rescued. Some severely burned several Americans among the missing. It is now clear that they were two groups on the islands. Are those who were able to be evacuated and those who were close to the eruption, images of a group huddled desperate for safety, erect helicopter visible in the ash behind them? The whereabouts of its passengers are foreign correspondent, James Longman, with us live tonight, and James you’ve learned that scientists had warned of increased activity of this volcano. What does two weeks ago is an unpredictable tonight still allowed to climb in a second option is possible, which may mean, if they’re all parties on the island, it may be very difficult to retrieve them James Longman on this Forest again tonight. James. Thank you. I will see you in the morning: Five people are confirmed to have died in the eruption on New Zealand’s White Island, while at least one American is missing.
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