Volcanic Eruptions Wreak Havoc in Guatemala

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at 9:00 AM
Volunteer firefighters search for victims of Sunday's Fuego Volcano eruption in Alotenango, a municipality in Sacatepequez Department, southwest of Guatemala City on June 6, 2018. (Photo: Orlando Estrada/AFP/Getty Images)

As of midday Wednesday, almost 200 people were missing and 75 confirmed dead in Guatemala after the Volcan de Fuego-- or "Volcano of Fire"--erupted on Sunday and again Tuesday. We get the latest news from Guatemala, and hear about how Bay Area Guatemalans are responding to the disaster.

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