Yellowstone National Park has been hit with it's biggest earthquake in 34 years.
For those of your not aware, a huge volcanic caldera lurks just beneath the surface of the national park. Historically, the caldera erupts every 600-thousand years, and last erupted 640-thousand years ago. Experts say a caldera eruption will leave a layer of ash six feet deep as far east as Grand Rapids.
We could be buried like those poor souls in Pompei!
And I'm not saying it's going to happen, but look at this video of animals fleeing the National Park!
Remember, B-93 is your Official Yellowstone Caldera radio Station!