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The Independent Online
HUNDREDS OF people in Cameroon have been told to leave their homes after Mount Cameroon erupted, spewing out a mile-wide river of molten lava towards their village.

The flow of molten rock 100 feet thick from the volcano, known as Chariot of the Gods, got one-and-half miles from the coastal village of Bakingele yesterday prompting the government to order an evacuation. Officials say the viscous rock will reach Bakingele within four days.