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>> Aerial views show the extent of the devastation. Entire villages, farms, and coffee plantations covered in mud and ash. Sundays eruptions of the Fuego volcano in south central Guatemala was its most destructive in four decades. More than 3,000 people were forced from their homes, although scores didn't make it out in time.
Many who did now struggle with the shock of losing most or all of their families. They're combing through morgues looking for their relatives. Rescuers have resumed digging through the hot debris searching for the victims, a task made more difficult by a fresh eruption on Monday. Heavy rains are also hindering the search.
Guatemala's president, Jimmy Morales, visited to provide thanks and encouragement. Amid the search for bodies, many families are already holding funerals for their loved ones. Experts say the worst is probably over, and Morales has declared three days of national mourning, but it will likely take far longer for the survivors and the country to recover.