Fuego volcano erupts in Guatemala

People carry to the cemetery the coffins of seven people who died during the eruption of the Volcan de Fuego on June 4

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Rescue workers have said they do not expect to find many more people alive in the lava, ash, and rubble.

The death toll had stood at 75 late Tuesday. But late in the afternoon, the country's disaster agency announced it was suspending the search again because of flows of volcanic material and falling rain.

Super-heated volcanic debris swept through small communities on the volcano's flanks Sunday with little warning for residents. The searing hot volcanic material that covered communities near the volcano left numerous bodies unrecognizable so DNA testing or other methods will be necessary for identification.

The institute said Tuesday evening that there was a moderate flow of risky volcanic material down the volcano, and warned of the possibility of a strong flow in some areas.

It said the lahars could sweep down the mountain laden with concrete, rocks up to a meter (yard) in diameter and tree trunks.

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Authorities in Guatemala have released otherworldly photos of the area around a recently-erupted volcano covered in white ash, as nearly 300 people are declared missing or dead after an eruption.

Officials from the Guatemalan government stated that around 1.7 million people have or will be affected by the disaster. But there have been reports of bodies recovered throughout the day Wednesday. Associated Press journalists witnessed the recovery of at least eight bodies, including five stretchers loaded with body bags in Los Lotes. The remains were wrapped in bags.

The speed of the eruption took locals by surprise, and could be explained by it producing pyroclastic flows, sudden emissions of gas and rock fragments, rather than lava, said volcanologist David Rothery of Britain's Open University. Some homes were buried to their roof lines in ash.

Areas buried in ash, June 4, 2019, after the eruption of the Fuego volcano, in Acatenango, Guatemala. Smoke rose from the volcano this morning.

Francisco Quiche, 46, gave a blood sample in a bid to identify his son's body. My youngsters say they'd fairly be within the streets.

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"The conditions are critical in the areas near Fuego volcano", said Eddy Sanchez, Director of the National Institute of Seismology, Volcanology, Meteorology and Hydrology, adding that initial eruption was the most violent explosion since 1974.

"They should be praying for the people to relieve their suffering", said Motta. Here in Houston, people are gathering to help those affected by the volcano.

Others thanked them for their tireless work following the volcanic eruption and for risking their lives to save others.

A Guatemalan rescue team worker carries a girl in El Rodeo, Escuintla, Guatemala, June 3, 2018, after the eruption at Fuego volcano, which killed scores.

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