New Jersey Rocked By Volcano

Posted on November 7, 2012


In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, a Nor’easter, and a small earthquake, New Jersey residents were also hit with a volcano early yesterday morning.

The volcano was caused when a mountain suddenly rose up in the middle of Cape May, topping buildings as it grew. When it reached its final height of 2,000 feet, the peak opened up, launching lava, ash and smog into the air.

W. Craig Fugate, Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency responded immediately.

He said: “You know what? You’re on your own this time.”

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