Blanketed In Ash, No Survivors: Paramedic Describes New Zealand Volcano Devastation | 12/9/2019 | Staff
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(Reuters) – A paramedic who flew to help victims of the New Zealand volcanic eruption said on Tuesday what he saw was a “shocking experience”, likening the scene on White Island to the recent TV drama mini-series “Chernobyl”.

“Everything was just blanketed in ash. It was quite an overwhelming feeling,” said Russell Clark.

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The intensive care paramedic works with the Auckland Westpac Rescue Helicopter emergency service, which was sent to Whakatane to assist in the rescue efforts. Whakatane, on the North Island’s east coast, is the main base for tours to White Island, about 50 km (30 miles) off the coast.

Clark said they had received reports of a number of casualties and...
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