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Image taken on Friday Jan 21, 2022 Kolomotu'a and Sopu of Tonga shows ashen buildings, toppled walls and streets littered with boulders, tree trunks and debris in the aftermath of tsunami triggered by a giant undersea volcanic eruption on Saturday Jan 15, 2022. Tonga has been inaccessible since Saturday, when one of the largest volcanic explosions in decades cloaked it in a layer of ash, triggered a Pacific-wide tsunami and severed vital undersea communication cables. The explosion of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha�apai volcano on Saturday Jan 15 killed at least three people. The United Nations said that about 84,000 people � more than 80 percent of the population � has been badly affected by the disaster. Broadcom Broadcasting via EYEPRESS
Post Date: Jan 21, 2022 4:21 PM
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