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|Elevation||505 m (1,657 ft)|
|Prominence||505 m (1,657 ft)|
In October 1892, an earthquake triggered a large landslide at the volcano, and the resulting dust cloud was first thought to be new volcanic ash. The event was discredited as volcanic eruption by the Smithsonian Institution.
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