Mount St. Helens ash cloud photos - yes, they're real

Mount St. Helens ash cloud photos - yes, they're real

Credit: Carmen R. Andrews

These photos are from Carmen Andrews-Sanchez, who writes: 'When I was 14 years old myself and classmates from Garfield High School went on a biology fieldtrip to see the diatomaceous earth outside of Vantage, WA. We actually heard the eruption as we were packing up to go home but it wasn't loud enough to really register as something "big" at the time and it was only later that we realized that we actually heard it when the volcano erupted."

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by KING 5 News

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Posted on May 18, 2014 at 10:20 AM

Updated Sunday, May 18 at 1:20 PM

These photos are from Carmen R. Andrews, who writes: 'When I was 14 years old my classmates from Garfield High School and I went on a biology field trip to see the diatomaceous earth outside of Vantage, WA. We actually heard the eruption as we were packing up to go home but it wasn't loud enough to really register as something "big" at the time and it was only later that we realized that we actually heard it when the volcano erupted."

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