Eruption of Pacaya volcano in Guatemala affects 1,300 farming families

According to the National Institute of Seismology, Volcanology, Meteorology, and Hydrology (Insivumeh), the colossus of 2,552 meters above sea level has been active for more than 50 days, which is considered the longest in history.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Pacaya volcano, one of the most active of the 32 volcanoes in Guatemala, registered this Wednesday, March 31, new eruptions and ash throwing as in the last weeks, affecting already more than 1,300 farming families.

According to the National Institute of Seismology, Volcanology, Meteorology, and Hydrology (Insivumeh), the colossus of 2,552 meters above sea level has been active for more than 50 days, which is considered the longest in history.

The scientific entity's report indicates that the eruption in the crater called Mackenney continues with the emission of thick columns of ash . . .

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