St Vincent’s volcano covers the island’s north with ash

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Some experts are warning that the volcanic eruption on the Caribbean island of St Vincent could leave 20,000 people displaced for months.
The La Soufriere volcano first erupted on Friday and is expected to continue for weeks.
Rescue efforts have been hampered after another eruption caused widespread power and water outages
The government says most crops and livestock will be destroyed.

Niasha Mofford, a volunteer helping to collect and distribute relief aid in St Vincent, says the scale of the operation is overwhelming.
She joins via skype for the latest updates and analysis.

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