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Her name was Azucena, which meant Lilly. Only her head was showing from the mudpit. Her eyes were open and she called out, mouthing the words silently. She was a victim in a great volcanic tragedy, a tragedy that scientists had predicted but had been ignored by the local populations. Owing to the courage and pugnacity of distinguished reporter, Rolf Carle, Azucena's image was viewed by millions. The author of the short story is Rolf's companion and lover who watches him share the young girl's tragedy. She tries to intervene to help them both.

The geologists knew that the volcano would awaken. They set up their seismological equipment to record the impending eruption. They warned that the ice on the slopes of the volcano could be dislodged and the results could be disastrous for the populations below. However, these people who...

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