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3 active Volcanoes in Guatemala:

el Instituto Nacional de Sismología Vulcanología Meteorología e Hidrología (Insivumeh) indicó que el constante monitoreo ha permitido escuchar sonidos similares a los emitidos por las turbinas de una avión, respecto al volcán de Fuego.

En el caso del volcán de Pacaya han ocurrido explosiones moderadas con flujos de lava de casi 200 metros de longitud en la parte noreste, afirmó Conred.

Por el monitoreo constante de la Coordinadora se ha observado en el volcán Santiaguito tres explosiones débiles, que han expulsado ceniza gris a 100 y 300 metros de altura

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recall called it.

Hat tip to AC at GLP for pointing the way!

Volcano spews sand, ash over Guatemala
April 27, 2010 - 10:24AM


The Santiaguito volcano showered sand and ash on Monday over a large area of western Guatemala in an "unusual" and "violent" display, the national seismological institute said.

The institute said winds were carrying the ash in a northeasterly direction from the 2,500 metre (7,500 foot) high volcano in the province of Quetzaltenango, 206 kilometres west of the capital.

The ash plume spread across six provinces, raising fears of damage to crops, the institute said while classes were suspended at schools in three provinces.

Santiaguito's worst eruption occurred in 1929 when 2500 people were killed.

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