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>> Guatemala's Fuego Volcano may not be done yet, that the warning from the countries emergency services on Tuesday. Who said that more signs of more volcanic activities meant another eruption could be on its way. Residents living near the volcano fled their homes, and rescue workers ran for cover after the warning was made public.
The volcano first erupted on Sunday, sending boiling mud and hot ash into villages nearby. It's the most violent eruption of the Fuego Volcano in more than 40 years. Guatemalan officials say the eruptions have now killed at least 75 people and injured more than 200. But in the midst of all the chaos there was a moment of relief when rescuers pulled a baby girl from a house already covered in volcanic ash and mud from one of Fuego's earlier eruptions.
However in the nearby village of San Miguel De Lopez the story was not as hopeful. One man search for his 18 year old daughter not knowing whether she is even alive.>> We came to see if we could rescue her or at least find her body so that we could have it.
>> The eruption on sunday sent columns of ash and smoke more than six miles into the sky. So far, thousands of people have been evacuated