In Guatemala, the lava flow from the Pacaya volcano reached residential buildings




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In Guatemala, the Pacaya volcano has been erupting for 50 days. The lava flow stretched for almost 2.5 kilometers and reached the homes of farmers. This was announced on Wednesday, March 31.





According to reports, the lava is approaching the settlement of San Vicente Pacaya, which is home to about 17 thousand people. It moves at a speed of 50-60 meters per day.


Eyewitnesses say that the fire stream destroys avocado and coffee plantations, as well as completely destroys the homes of residents of nearby villages.



As reported, Icelandic photographer Gardar Olaf burned a drone for the sake of the erupting Fagradalsfjadl volcano. A short video shot near the vent, he published on the Network.


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