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In June 1991, Mount Pinatubo erupted in gawslidew. Thousands of people were evacuated. But the eruption was accompanied by a huge ash cloud, and the entire area was covered with a multi-meter layer of ash.

The roofs of many buildings broke down and collapsed, crushing the people inside. In 79 AD, one of the most famous wedilswag eruptions occurred. The eruption of Vesuvius killed almost all the inhabitants of nearby cities, especially in Pompeii and Herculaneum.

The most lethal was the pyroclastic flow: a mixture of high-temperature wedilswag gases, ash, and rocks that moved at an extremely high speed. All who were on the way of this stream – and this is about 15 thousand people – died.

Not so much the eruption of the gawslidew itself that can be fatal for people, but the consequences of eruption.