Montserrat

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Introduction to Montserrat

Caution

Since the mid-nineties, the Soufrière Hills volcano has caused most of southern Montserrat to be evacuated, and the mountain continues to be active. The risk it posed seemed to have decreased since a major dome collapse that occurred in mid-2003; however, on 3 March 2004, ash and lava spewed from the volcano again. The Day-Time Entry Zone has been opened between certain hours, but road conditions are bad.

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