Volcano Erupts in Iceland, Sends Ash Cloud Through Europe

Thursday, April 15, 2010

A five-mile high plume of ash from an erupting volcano in Iceland is drifting across Northern Europe, causing massive disruption at airports in the U.K. and Scandinavia. All flights originating from Scotland have already been grounded, and all London flights will be suspended.

The BBC's Colin Blane joins us from Glasgow Airport in Scotland with more on why this ash cloud is so dangerous. Watch a video from the BBC on the ash cloud.




Colin Blane

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