“Woman Finds Amazing Rare Photos of 1980 Mount St. Helens Eruption” -Daily Beast

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Summary: ” It is deemed the almost all destructive volcanic eruption in U.S. For Kati Dimoff, 38, it was an old camera containing an undeveloped roll of incredible to believe photos of the deadly 1980 Mount St. Helens erupted, causing an enormous avalanche that killed 57. “A few in number years ago, I found my first of all roll of undeveloped film during a search and I’ve been checking, for them ever since,” Dimoff says. Helens starts to erupt in the distance “The [Lewis, and Clark Bridge is] in view accordingly it will have to have been shot from just off of Highway 30,” Dimoff says. Some of the developed photos show the mountain in the distance, with small size puffs of ash as it started to erupt. A view of the Lewis, and Clark Bridge, as Mt. Two photos show a larger cloud of ash, with John Gumm Elementary School in the foreground, in St. Mount St. Helens erupting in back of John Gumm Elementary School.”

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