The Pacaya#volcano , located south of Guatemala City, causes fires as its eruption activity continues. It’s been estimated that more than 600 hectares of coffee and avocado fields have so far been destroyed, affecting at least 1,300 families.
ERUPTION: Guatemala's Pacaya volcano sends columns of smoke and ash thousands of feet into the sky, with officials warning people to keep their distance. Authorities say Pacaya has been registering constant volcanic activity since last month.
Guatemala's Pacaya volcano erupts, officials warn of burning projectiles
VIDEO: Lava flows in Guatemala from the erupting Pacaya Volcano in San Vicente Pacaya, some 25 kilometers to the south of the capital Guatemala City. The volcano has been spewing out ash and lava close to populated areas for the last month
Guatemala City’s international airport has been closed due to an eruption at the Pacaya volcano, which has coated runways and planes parked at the terminal with ash.
pacaya'>Guatemala Pacaya volcano erupts, covers nearby town in volcanic dust. "There are many people who are scared, but we are already used to the life we have," says a resident of El Rodeo in Guatemala, after the Pacaya volcano erupted, covering nearby communities in volcanic dust.
ERUPTION: Guatemala's Pacaya volcano sends columns of smoke and ash high into the sky, with officials warning people to keep their distance. Authorities say Pacaya has been registering constant volcanic activity for several weeks.
Guatemala's Pacaya Volcano erupted, spewing lava and ash into the air, as officials continued to monitor the situation. No injuries or damages were reported.
VIDEO: Guatemala: Pacaya Volcano on alert for increased activity. The Pacaya Volcano has shown progressive increase in activity over recent days, with degassing and prolonged incandescence in the Mackenney crater, lava flows and weak and moderate explosions