St Vincent residents wake to ash-covered streets
Locals on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent are investigating the damage after a volcano erupted Friday after decades of inactivity.
Rumbling noises could be heard from the La Soufriere volcano as cars, buildings and streets covered with gray ash showed a ghostly landscape in the capital, Georgetown.
On Saturday, a disaster relief officer who called his name Bill said the outbreak was having a major impact on the farming community.
"Life will be very difficult for the people on this side of the country."
In a statement on Saturday at 10 a.m., emergency services warned that those living near the volcano should be prepared for the evacuation.
The prime minister said it was unclear how much more ash would leak from the volcano and said more than 3,200 people are now in shelters.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines, which are home to just over 100,000 people, have not seen any volcanic activity since 1979.
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