Guatemala’s Fuego volcano could erupt again according to experts who have warned residents to stay away from nearby ravines as 1.7 million people flee their homes as lava and ash continue to spew.  Victims, including young children, have been rushed to hospital with second and third-degree burns after the Fuego volcano in Guatemala erupted spewing ash and molten rock thousands of feet into the

air and blanketed villages with lava. Officials said 25 people have been killed and 300 are injured after the volcano, which lies around 27 miles from Guatemala City, erupted just before midday local time on Sunday and lava attacked villages and roads by 4 pm. A total of 1.7million people have also been forced to flee as residents were urged to prepare for the raging volcano to blow again in a terrifying warning.  READ MORE