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The Nation

August 26, 1986

Fiery boulders rumbled down the sides of Augustine Volcano as the Alaskan island mountain shuddered through its fourth day of continuous eruption. Cloudy, rainy weather has prevented scientists from seeing the volcano, about 180 miles southwest of Anchorage, but they have been monitoring the volcano's activity with seismic equipment.

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