‘Supervolcano’ Discovered Near Pompeii

A seismic-zone find near an ancient site could spark a catastrophe on par with a meteor strike. Millions at risk.

The eruption of Mount Vesuvius near Naples, Italy, in 79 A.D. killed thousands of Pompeii residents and remains one of the most famous volcanic explosions in history. But scientists say a hidden “super volcano” in the same area has the potential to kill millions.
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