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Born on this Day in History: May 18, 1970 - Tina Fey an American actress, comedian, writer and producer. Fey broke into comedy with the Chicago-based improv group The Second City. She later joined "Saturday Night Live" as a writer, later becoming a performer. After leaving "SNL" in 2006, she created the television series "30 Rock."
On this Day in History: May 18, 1980 - After a 5.1 magnitude earthquake in Washington state, 57 people are killed in an avalanche of volcanic mud in the eruption of Mount St. Helens. The volcano spews out 200 million cubic yards of of pumice, ash, and debris which covers 24 square miles of the valley below.