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Throwback Thursday Mt. St Helens

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KHQ.COM - "Throwback Thursday! The anniversary of the eruption of Mt St Helens may have passed on May 18 but the effects lived on for years. This week we have 3 clips from 1990, 10 years after the eruption. Where were you when it erupted? We'd like to hear your experience. Do you remember the folk song written about all the ash that blanketed most everywhere East of the eruption? Do you know who wrote it? We'd like to know!"

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