Natural Disasters

Tens of thousands evacuated as ‘Fire Volcano’ erupts in Guatemala

“A volcano erupted Thursday in Guatemala, prompting officials to evacuate 35,000 residents, a spokeswoman for the Red Cross told CNN.
The ‘Volcan de Fuego,’ or Fire Volcano, began spewing ash at 10 a.m. and was continuing to belch forth late in the afternoon near the country’s former capital, Antigua, said Carmen Maria Caballero of the Guatemalan Red Cross.”

Source: “Tens of thousands evacuated as ‘Fire Volcano’ erupts in Guatemala – CNN.com”

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