Why Is Pyroclastic Flow Dangerous?

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Pyroclastic flows are mixtures of hot ash, gas and other volcanic rocks that travel very quickly down the slopes of volcanoes. They are dangerous because they are so hot and choking that if a person is caught in one, he/she will be certainly killed.
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it is as hot as 800c (1500F)
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An erupting volcano's 600 degree pyroclastic flow moves at
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A pyroclastic flow is basically an avalanche of dense powdered rock hotter than your kitchen oven, moving faster than your car can drive. It will scour away anything it touches down
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Pyroclastic flow, ESPECIALLY when talking about a supervolcano like Yellowstone. It will spread far and fast, unlike lava, which will not go very far. and it won't be fast. Hope that
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