Another volcano in Guatemala has spewed out lava after the devastation caused by the eruption from Fuego earlier this week – with communities urged to be vigilant.  A statement issued by the National Coordination for Disaster Reduction of Guatemala (CONRED) said the country’s National Institute for Seismology, Vulcanology, Meteorology and Hydrology of Guatemala (INSIVUMEH) had confirmed that the Pacaya volcano, located less than 20 miles from Fuego, had begun expelling lava yesterday

morning. It explained: “A lava flow of approximately 50 meters long and 20 wide was formed. “This activity is typical of the volcano and has no relation to the recent activity of Fuego volcano. “The Executive Secretary of the CONRED carries out the corresponding monitoring of this activity through the departmental delegates and the Volcano Prevention Unit (UPV). “There are slight and strong rumblings and the lava flow continues to move towards Los Potros, while there is continuous monitoring by CONRED and INSIVUMEH. READ MORE