The truly dramatic volcanic activity took place on Sunday night.
Located some 50 kilometers (31 miles) from the capital, Guatemala City, the mountain, which literally means the Volcano of Fire in Spanish, has been occasionally erupting across 2015. It has been especially active for at least a month now.
— RT (@RT_com) December 6, 2015
— Rüdiger Escobar Wolf (@rudigerescobar) January 3, 2016
Impresionante erupción del volcán Fuego de Guatemala entre domingo y lunes. Fotos de Ricky López Bruni pic.twitter.com/SpkqvceErH
— Teledos (@teledos_tcs) January 5, 2016
No evacuation was declared, but locals had been warned to be watchful and stay away. Guatemala’s Volcanological Institute warned flights to avoid any contacts with the ash cloud.
— GOD'S CHILD Project (@gcpworld) January 5, 2016
In February 2015, Fuego Volcano’s eruption forced evacuation of nearly 100 residents and brief cancellation of several flights as Guatemala’s main airport.
— TradCatKnight (@TradCatKnight) January 1, 2016
Source: RT News