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President Helle Thorning-Schmidt
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Sept. 24, 2014, at the United Nations headquarters. (AP Photo/Frank
The Danish government on Friday announced it was joining the
coalition to strike at the Islamic State extremist group, sending seven
F-16 fighter jets to take part in airstrikes against the group in Iraq.
Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt said her government would send four
operational planes and three reserve jets along with 250 pilots and
support staff. The deployment will last for 12 months.
Hundreds of tourists, climbers
& hikers – many close to the summit of the Japanese volcano - had to literally
scramble for their lives as the 3,067-meter Mount Ontake erupted before
noon Saturday. With smoke plumes extending up to 10 km high, the volcano
continued to erupt into the night, preventing rescue operations Saturday
amid fears of fresh eruptions and toxic gas.
Some hikers sought
refuge in the mountain lodge overnight and thankfully made it down
safely in the morning. Others were not so lucky. Rescuers found 30 with
hearts stopped: visitors caught in the path of the massive pyroclastic wave of rocks & ash. Police said they were found in
a state of "cardiopulmonary" arrest, but declined to confirm
their deaths pending a formal examination, as per Japanese custom.
More than 500 Japanese troops and police had set out on
Sunday to search the peak of Mount Ontake, a day after its sudden
eruption trapped hundreds on the mountain for hours, amid conflicting
reports about missing and injured climbers. The entire mountain was
soon covered in thick ash: visibility dropped to zero as men, women and
children struggled to survive the onslaught.
It is a credit to Japan’s military personnel, police &
rescue services that they ascended the erupting volcano to assist those
in imminent danger. Although military helicopters could not land, due
the vast amount of ash on the surface, climbers were winched up to
safety: pilots only too aware that abrasive volcanic ash in the air
could cause immediate mechanical failure to their aircraft at anytime.
Rescue services and police continue to brave the dangerous and harsh
conditions seeking other survivors.
Japan is a very active seismic nation and carefully
monitors all of its volcanoes 24/7. Any signs of activity and moontains and surrounding areas are immediately
closed and local residents evacuated as necessary. With this eruption
of Mount Ontake – there was no warning signs of the catastrophic event.
One family told DIIA reporters, “We couldn’t breathe. Everything
happened so fast. There were loud booms – then we watched as the
massive cloud of rocks and ash came straight towards us. I thought we
were all going to die.”
The family was assisted by members of Japan’s Self Defence Force.
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