A baby buried under ash after a volcanic eruption has miraculously survived.
Meanwhile, the eruption that covered the area near the volcano with a mix of hot gas and volcanic flows and devoured whole communities on Sunday, resumed on Tuesday.
"The country's seismology and vulcanology institute said the smoke billowing from the volcano's top could produce a "curtain" of ash that could reach 20,000 feet above sea level, posing a danger to air traffic".
The institute said Tuesday evening that there was a moderate flow of risky volcanic material down the volcano, and warned of the possibility of a strong flow in some areas.
The super-heated debris that buried victims Sunday left many bodies unrecognizable.
"Fuego is a very active volcano". There are many people who are helping us, but we have absolutely nothing. So far officials have identified about a third of the bodies recovered.
A blanket of volcanic ash covered nearby town El Rodeo.
The small community on the slopes of the volcano was largely destroyed when the mountain erupted Sunday, sending superheated volcanic debris rushing down. The death toll has risen from 69.
"The explosions are generating moderate avalanches that have an approximate distance of 800 to 1,000 metres and on their trajectory they are carrying fine material to a height of around 100 metres", the Volcanology Institute said.
People were killed inside their homes as a result. Rescuers were evacuated from those areas with the new flows Tuesday afternoon.
In this image taken with a long exposure, the Volcan de Fuego, or Volcano of Fire, spews molten rock from its crater in Alotenango, Guatemala, Sunday, June 3, 2018. At least 46 people have been injured.
Guatemala's "Volcano of Fire" has erupted again causing thousands to flee from their homes and setting off panic - even in areas where the latest evacuation order does not apply.
Displaced people travel on a motorcycle from an area affected by the eruption of Fuego volcano in Escuintla, Guatemala June 5, 2018.
The scenes of devastation were accompanied by heartbreaking stories of whole families that were devastated by the disaster - the biggest eruption from the mountain in four decades.
"All missionaries are safe, but hundreds of people were evacuated as ash was dispersed over a nine-mile radius", the news release said.
The institute warned people on Wednesday to be alert and avoid the area.