This new series in four episodes of the magazine “1:15 p.m. Sunday“(Twitter, #1:15 p.m.), signed Paul Degenève, Jean-Baptiste Jacquet, Elise Leynier and Guillaume Salasca, takes over the management of Reunion Island. Paradise of water and fire, volcano in the middle of the Indian Ocean, a territory where adventurers live to the rhythm of eruptions and waves. And like any wilderness, this island can be as beautiful as it is dangerous.
In March 1977, night had just fallen on the town of Sainte-Rose, located to the east of this French department and overseas region. Piton de la Fournaise, the island’s active volcano culminating at an altitude of 2,632 meters, has erupted! The inhabitants understand that the lava is heading straight for their house …
The danger under the sea
The sea also carries risks. Sharks are crossing near the coasts but solutions are being put in place to protect tourists and surfers from the most dangerous species for humans.
Julien will remember all his life that day he thought he had taken all the precautions, but it was not enough. Victim of a shark attack, how did he get out of it and how did his family experience it?
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