MUST SEE! Mount St. Helens - Stunning 4K Drone video - 37 years, May, 18, 1980 Volcanic Eruption
SUBSCRIBE HERE!! Long before it became an active volcano, Mt.Saint Helens was always a favorite place for us to go as kids. Spirit Lake was an amazing place to canoe, and the views of the mountain were spectacular. Today, Mount Saint Helens shows a new kind of beauty, and is known as a national volcanic monument. I hope you enjoy this spectacular footage of the mountain my family has enjoyed so much over the years.
Footage was shot with a 4K camera mounted to an Autel Robotics Drone. Johnston's Ridge Observatory is located in what is believed to be the exact spot he was standing on that fateful day of May, 18, 1980. His words at 8:32am screamed over the radio, Vancouver, Vancouver, this is it! It sent chills up our spine as we listened from home. We were more than 30 miles away to the east, but the plume from the blast was immediately visible, and the sky filled with a dark cloud within moments. It was eerie to think that the voice of David Johnston was forever silent.
Here's an excerpt from Wikipedia: David Alexander Johnston (December 18, 1949 – May 18, 1980) was an American USGS volcanologist who was killed by the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens in Washington. A principal scientist on the USGS monitoring team, Johnston was killed in the eruption while manning an observation post 6 miles (10 km) away on the morning of May 18, 1980. He was the first to report the eruption, transmitting Vancouver! Vancouver! This is it! before he was swept away by a lateral blast. Despite a thorough search, Johnston's body was never found, but state highway workers discovered remnants of his USGS trailer in 1993.
Johnston's career took him across the United States, where he studied the Augustine Volcano in Alaska, the San Juan volcanic field in Colorado, and long-extinct volcanoes in Michigan. Johnston was a meticulous and talented scientist, known for his analyses of volcanic gases and their relationship to eruptions. This, along with his enthusiasm and positive attitude, made him liked and respected by many co-workers. After his death, other scientists lauded his character, both verbally and in dedications and letters. Johnston felt scientists must do what is necessary, including taking risks, to help protect the public from natural disasters. His work, and that of fellow USGS scientists convinced authorities to close Mount St. Helens to the public before the 1980 eruption. They maintained the closure despite heavy pressure to re-open the area; their work saved thousands of lives. His story became intertwined within the popular image of volcanic eruptions and their threat to society, and a part of volcanology's history. To date, Johnston, along with Harry Glicken, is one of two American volcanologists known to have died in a volcanic eruption.
Following his death, Johnston was commemorated in several ways, including a memorial fund established in his name at the University of Washington to fund graduate-level research. Two volcano observatories were established and named after him: one in Vancouver, Washington, and another on the ridge where he died. Johnston's life and death are featured in several documentaries, films, docudramas and books. Along with others who died during the eruption, Johnston's name is inscribed on memorials dedicated to their memory.
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