77 Comments on "Tour boat turned around to rescue volcano victims"

  1. There are always heroes!

  2. Boudewijn Mulder | December 12, 2019 at 3:49 AM | Reply

    It’s always wonderful, especially in these MEAN TIMES to hear that doing good deeds is not outdated

  3. HUGE thank you to the men and women who worked to help rescue these people!!!

    • Qunited States Patriot | December 12, 2019 at 3:14 PM | Reply

      @Florida Crypto R keep being an internet tough guy. That’s what cowards do.

    • Heather Mimi Wahlquist | December 12, 2019 at 4:57 PM | Reply

      A reminder: Instead of that utterance, go DO something good .. #FalseFlag

    • Florida Crypto R | December 12, 2019 at 5:11 PM | Reply

      @Qunited States Patriot .. are you mad since I made you and your 2 friends on social media look really stupid? You falsely accused and threatned me like they did. Do what you threatned me with and be done with it. Your two assclowns threatned violence upon me. I would love for you 3 idiots together to come do it so I can make you my bitches. This talk of a civil war you bitches think that will happen after your hero gets impeached by the house is a total joke. I will be waiting for your 2 crackhead friends who live in my area to come fulfill their threats upon me. Hopefully you live in the area as well to join them go down like your pathedic hero next week.

    • Florida Crypto R | December 12, 2019 at 5:17 PM | Reply

      @Heather Mimi Wahlquist …. If I only lived closer to the new Zealand incident in the volcano eruption , I would use my personal boat to do what I could but unfortunately it’s near a 24 hour plane flight for me not including I can not take my boat. All I can do is send financial contributions to the rescue personal to help with their missions and to the families impacted. But I wish I could help. I am having my RV loaded up with donations for the military base mass shooting in Florida. I wish I could for the Pearl harbor mass shooting but I can’t get there with my RV.

    • Florida Crypto R | December 12, 2019 at 5:19 PM | Reply

      @Heather Mimi Wahlquist … By any chance do you know of any legitimate financial donation sites for the victims where people can send money to? Of course only legitimate sites as in these events, criminals scam and I am not for sending my money to criminals.

  4. Steve Quayle Podcast | December 12, 2019 at 4:12 AM | Reply

    HUGE thank you to the men and women who worked to help rescue these people!

  5. Note to self, stay away from active volcanos

  6. Liberal Perspective | December 12, 2019 at 4:28 AM | Reply

    Stay away from volcanoes..

    • Yup

    • It’s the equivalent of not wanting to get bit by the shark and staying out of the water, except this time there are dorsal fins circling your boat, and your wetsuit is a giant seal outfit and your jumping into a chum filled section of the ocean. Risk management 101

    • Downright Dutch | December 12, 2019 at 9:26 AM | Reply

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    • @Rob M Technically you are correct however *ALL* of New Zealand is a very real & daily seismic risk. Its nick-named the “Shaky Isles” for a reason. So 5 million people daily jump into that chum filled section of ocean. I’m doing it right now .. will I get bitten by a shark … quite possibly .. you just never know. Should we close the entire country because we are too afraid to even go near it? Reality check AND Residual Risk 1 v risk management 101. Are you also advocating closing Yellowstone/Hawaii too?

  7. Time to ban volcanoes

  8. So when you walking around and see white smoke shooting out from the ground and thinking this stable as a rock?

    • @T ofcourse I feel for the victims here and hope they went to heaven, but my kind of vaca is usually not involve walking around smoky volcano but rather drinking and fishing. Trust me, I understood geography just like you do, I know there a time line on average when they erupt, and what the consequences. And for that reason me and mountain done part way. For nations that under volcano, my country in part of the Ring of Fire in Asia so I fully aware of that and when the fat lady sing, I will open my most expensive bottle and enjoy the view if there are nowhere to run. Until then, I dont walk around active volcano leisurely. Am definitely not stopping you.

    • @Truth Kangen Cant stop me – I live in NZ .. there is no escaping them here. I have 5 volcanoes within 80 ks of my back yard. I have seen 2 eruptions in my life time and experienced thousands of quakes. We mitigate the risk but otherwise give it little thought. We’re certainly not afraid of it but always threat it with great respect. BTW: You shouldn’t drink and fish considering your delicate sensitivities to danger .. very risky.

    • Recovering Soul | December 12, 2019 at 7:29 PM | Reply

      @cj p Victims? Not sure I would call them that. They DELIBERATELY sought to go there. If a person chooses to get drunk, get behind the wheel, and ends up killing themselves in an accident, are they a victim? NO. And their life insurance won’t pay out either if it is determined they were at fault. (lost my Grandpa to a drunk driver). I don’t have much sympathy for those who CHOOSE to put themselves AND others in harms way. I do feel bad for their families. They should be happy their relative died doing something they loved.

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  9. StarkRaving Ralph | December 12, 2019 at 5:01 AM | Reply

    IMO, leaving the remains of those is a safer idea than risking more lives recovering bodies that are already buried, and at least passed doing something they enjoyed. Let them rest in peace on the volcano, don’t risk others lives to find rotting flesh.

    • @Brandon B obviously that’s what I mean. I don’t mean go get the bodies even it’s unsafe. Scientists and others are assessing when the safest time is likely to be. They are planning on going tomorrow morning if it’s safe enough. Rescuers have already been.

    • I agree , after an eruption of this size there will be little left other than bones, if even that.
      Endangering other lives is senseless and the remains should be left until the island may be safely accessed.

    • Wade Brennan-Millar | December 12, 2019 at 6:42 PM | Reply

      Exactly. Imagine how many members of the families of the 29 men killed in pike river are watching this with breaking hearts, pike river exploded in 2010 and our nation is still waiting for the promised recovery mission that never came. So yeah, to the people saying imagine if that was your family… Well since 2010 we’ve left our own to rot in a hole but here we are making an instant recovery mission because it involded foreigners so it’s more important that we look good on the world stage. Absolutely disgusting.

    • Wade Brennan-Millar | December 12, 2019 at 6:45 PM | Reply

      @Laura Walker imagine how the families of pike river mine are feeling right now then. They are watching other people’s loved ones recovered off an active volcano that could explode again and kill all rescuers all because it was tourists that were involved and nz survives off tourism, if we didn’t do the recovery this fast it has an impact on the world stage but pike river was nationals so we can just sweep it under the carpet.

    • @StarkRaving Ralph you have such a story book outlook on life. I envy you.

  10. Wow…..this is heartbreaking….especially since I live on a volcanic island….peace!

  11. flight doc 094502-75 | December 12, 2019 at 5:35 AM | Reply

    Humans are so vunerable in face of mother nature.
    sad.
    RIP the victims🥀⚘

  12. Stay away from the damn volcanoes.

    Today’s people are beyond stupid.

    Not a lick of common sense.

    But ya know what they say about common sense.

  13. NATURE has all-ways been the ‘best’ terrorist. Kills or tortures everything.

    • You sound jealous.

    • cj p
      Nah. I was merely stating a fact. You may be projecting something about your SELF.
      You were GUESSING so check into researching “Psychological Projection.”
      PS – How can I “sound” when you were not hearing me?
      Persons reveal themSELF.

  14. SquirrelyBlake | December 12, 2019 at 7:44 AM | Reply

    URGENT: NK is expected to test an ICBM when Trump is in Florida for holiday.

  15. Just don’t go near ACTIVE volcanos 🌋!

  16. Flav Throwbackz | December 12, 2019 at 1:00 PM | Reply

    Definitely not trying to be rude but that’s exactly the reason why we shouldnt be having access to places like this. You wont catch me no where near an active volcano

  17. Georgia Sinclair | December 12, 2019 at 1:10 PM | Reply

    May those who survived be treated with the best of care: physical, emotional and spiritual. People who love them, or have ever met them, or heard of them and the tradegy are are praying for them to fight until they are healthy and can find happiness again. God bless you all.

  18. God Bless All, you are in my prayers 🙏

  19. you want other people to risk their life to retrieve DEAD bodies…. have some respect for other people ffs.

    • Honestly, I totally get your logic. But you gotta remember the people doing this WANT to do it. Nobody is forcing anyone to do anything.

  20. Romanes eunt domus | December 12, 2019 at 9:15 PM | Reply

    I don’t know but I’m starting to think that going inside an active volcano might not be a good idea…

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