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This is how the fire in the Amsa garbage dump is observed by air

Smoke column from AMSA’s landfill fire already covers populated areas. (Photograph: )

The fire in the garbage dump of the Authority for the Sustainable Administration of the Basin and Lake Amatitlán (Amsa) stays lively, as proven in these aerial images of the Community. Firefighters have battled since the weekend, however the work may prolong till for seven or eight days.

Though the landfill needed to be closed for years, Amsa retains it open as a result of the municipalities have fulfilled the accountability of managing their waste. (Photograph: La Crimson)

Amsa authorities imagine that the fire may very well be brought on. (Photograph: La Crimson)

The contamination from the fire reaches the capital, Mixco, Amatitlán and Villa Nueva. (Photograph: La Crimson)

Firefighters made breaches throughout the day to forestall the advance of the fire. (Photograph: La Crimson)

The wind has made it tough for firefighters to regulate the fire. (Photograph: La Crimson)

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