Canadian describes unease on cruise ship after deadly volcanic eruption

TORONTO -- A Canadian man is among thousands of cruise ship passengers docked in a New Zealand port after a nearby volcano erupted, killing at least five people and leaving eight others missing – some of whom may be fellow travellers.

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