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>> The official search for victims has ended in San Miguel Los Lotes, a town devastated when Guatemala's deadly Fuego volcano erupted earlier this month. But some determined locals aren't giving up, like 48-year old Eufemia Garcia, who had told Reuters she would continue to search for some 50 family members lost.
> Scores of people remain missing while hundreds of survivors remain in shelters, wondering what happened to their loved ones when volcanic ash rained down on their home.
For Garcia, the search has, at times, been highly emotional. She found the remains of one of her children, and also found some remains of her mother, a 75 year old who had decided she could not outrun the volcanic flow. Whenever the alarms ring out warning of more volcanic activity, Garcia puts her search through the rubble on hold and instead visits the morgue or checks local hospitals.
She only stops to eat when food is shoved in front of her by aid workers, and Garcia is not alone in her anguish.>>