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At Least 25 People Killed In Guatemala Volcano Eruption

The volcano, located about 20 miles southwest of the capital, blanketed the village of El Rodeo in ash and a deadly pyroclastic flow.
People flee El Rodeo village, Escuintla department, 20 miles south of Guatemala City, after the eruption of the Fuego Volcano on Sunday. Source: Noe Perez

At least 25 people are dead and dozens injured after Guatemala's Mt. Fuego — one of Central America's most active volcanoes — began spewing ash and lava. Authorities feared the toll could rise

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