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Guatemala's Fuego volcano belches black ash into sky

 

Passengers wait for information about their flights at La Aurora International airport in Guatemala City February 7, 2015. Guatemala's Fuego volcano belched black ash into the sky on Saturday, causing the government to evacuate 100 nearby residents and forcing the closure of the capital's international airport, President Otto Perez told reporters.The volcano, about 25 miles (40 km) southwest of the capital, forced the cancellation of several flights as Guatemala's main airport shut down and workers sought to clear the runways of ash. (REUTERS)





People walk near a car covered with ash in town of Antigua, on the outskirts of Guatemala City, February 7, 2015. Guatemala's Fuego volcano belched black ash into the sky on Saturday, causing the government to evacuate 100 nearby residents and forcing the closure of the capital's international airport, President Otto Perez told reporters.The volcano, about 25 miles (40 km) southwest of the capital, forced the cancellation of several flights as Guatemala's main airport shut down and workers sought to clear the runways of ash. (REUTERS)




A man cleans ashes from the Fuego volcano off of his windshield in Antigua Guatemala, Sacatepequez departamento, 45 km southwest of Guatemala City on Febrary 7, 2015. Authorities of civil defense of Guatemala declared orange alert (danger) for a powerful eruption of the volcano Fire located in the south-west of the country, which ash fell down in several populations, including the capital and the tourist Antigua Guatemala, reported this Saturday an official source. (AFP)




Ashes from the Fuego volcano are seen covering the streets of Antigua Guatemala, Sacatepequez departamento, 45 km southwest of Guatemala City on Febrary 7, 2015. Authorities of civil defense of Guatemala declared orange alert (danger) for a powerful eruption of the volcano Fire located in the south-west of the country, which ash fell down in several populations, including the capital and the tourist Antigua Guatemala, reported this Saturday an official source. (AFP)




Ashes from the Fuego volcano are seen covering rooftops in Antigua Guatemala, Sacatepequez departamento, 45 km southwest of Guatemala City on Febrary 7, 2015. Authorities of civil defense of Guatemala declared orange alert (danger) for a powerful eruption of the volcano Fire located in the south-west of the country, which ash fell down in several populations, including the capital and the tourist Antigua Guatemala, reported this Saturday an official source. (AFP)




Ashes from the Fuego volcano are seen covering the streets of Antigua Guatemala, Sacatepequez departamento, 45 km southwest of Guatemala City on Febrary 7, 2015. Authorities of civil defense of Guatemala declared orange alert (danger) for a powerful eruption of the volcano Fire located in the south-west of the country, which ash fell down in several populations, including the capital and the tourist Antigua Guatemala, reported this Saturday an official source. (AFP)

 

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