At a sprawling excavation site in Herculaneum at the foot of Mount Vesuvius in the town of Ercolano in Southern Italy, archaeologists made a stunning discovery. They found the skeleton of a man who appeared to be running away from the erupting volcano more than two centuries ago. The densely populated area still remains under constant threat of another eruption from Mt. Vesuvius, even though the last time it did so was in 1944. Inside Edition Digital’s Stephanie Officer has the details.