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>> Rescue workers dug through rock, mud, and ash on Monday, searching for bodies after the massive Fuego volcanic eruption, which officials say has killed at least 62 people. And only about a dozen of them have been identified.>>
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> Official said more than 3,000 people have been evacuated and warned of new eruptions, and mud slides containing volcanic material.
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Guatemala's main airport was forced to close, villages and thousands of acres of coffee farms are covered in ash. A second eruption hit Monday morning, knocking people to the ground as they ran, and triggering an apparent landslide on the southern slopes. This grieving mother says she cannot find her son or grandson.
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