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Alaska volcano Mt. Redoubt erupts

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Ash from Mt. Redoubt volcano obscures the lower slopes of Mt. Susitna. The city of Anchorage is in the foreground. Ash coated communities in the Susitna Valley. (Anne Raup / Anchorage Daily News)
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An image by the Alaska Volcano Observatory and the United States Geological Survey shows the Drift River Valley covered with ash deposits from the eruption of the Mt. Redoubt volcano. (Cyrus Read / AVO/USGS via Getty Images)
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A flooded Drift River Valley is covered with ash after the eruption. The eruption of a 10,200-foot Alaska volcano spewed ash up to 60,000 feet in the air, snarling air travel Monday. (Game McGimsey / AVO/USGS via Getty Images)
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Before actual eruptions began Sunday night, the Mount Redoubt volcano spewed ash and steam. This photo, taken Saturday by the Alaska Volcano Observatory and the United States Geological Survey (AVO/USGS), shows emissions from the summit crater. (Cyrus Read/AVO/USGS via Getty Images)
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Mt. Redoubt is a 10,197-foot volcano in the Chigmit Mountains of Alaska, about 100 miles from Anchorage. (Cyrus Read/AVO/USGS via Getty Images)
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Mt. Redoubt as seen on Saturday. (Cyrus Read/AVO/USGS via Getty Images)
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A hole is seen at the north flank of Mt. Redoubt on Friday. (Game McGimsey/AVO/USGS via Getty Images)
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Steam rises from Mt. Redoubt on Wednesday. (Dennis Anderson / EPA)
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Looking south at the north flank of Mt. Redoubt on March 15. (Heather Bleick / EPA)
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Steam and ash rise from Mt. Redoubt volcano shortly after sunset in March 15. (M. Scott Moon / Peninsula Clarion)
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