Here is footage of a survivor being rescued from the aftermath of the Volcano eruption that took place at Mt Ontake, Japan. There are over 1000 rescue personnel searching the ash for survivors. The death toll as of now is 43. The footage was courtesy of the Tokyo fire department, and uploaded October 2nd to RT’s youtube channel.
Here is footage of the volcano eruption that took place at Mount Ontake, Japan today. Mountain Climbers were on there way up, a little to close for comfort, when the eruption took place. One of the climbers captured the footage as the smoke started to descend down the mountain. According to the Associated Press, several people were injured. The eruption took place around noon in Japanese Standard Time.
Jon Gustafsson and Artio Films just uploaded this spectacular video two days ago to Youtube. Watch as they capture amazing, breath-taking footage of the volcano activity in Iceland at night. This video will put you so close to the lava, that you will feel like Frodo from Lord of the Rings. The footage was captured via helicopter. Reykjavik Helicopters supplied the transportation for production.
Here is footage of Mount Tavurvur erupting off the coast of Papua, New Guinea. Phil McNamara caught the video, while on holiday. He caught the entire explosion, when he started filming the smoke coming from the volcano, just seconds before the blast. The eruption occurred on the 29th of August 2014. You can almost feel the shockwave sent out from the volcano seconds later. The ash, and smoke reached an altitude of around 60,000 feet.