Estuardo Lorenzo, 37, member of the community security committee of La Trinidad, drinks coffee at the main outpost during a break. While most of the 235 families remain in shelters after the June 3, 2018, eruption of the Fuego volcano, Juan Francisco Camposeco (right) and 11 other men remain in La Trinidad to guard the homes and belongings. Originally from Huehuetenango, roughly two hundred families fled to México in 1982 escaping State-repression during the war. In 1998, after the Peace Accords, the families were given land at the foot of the Fuego Volcano as part of an agreement for returning refugees. Today, La Trinidad is one of the most affected communities due to the June 3 eruption. Their community was not destroyed but has been deemed uninhabitable due to imminent lahar flows and the 235 families await an uncertain future once again. La Trinidad, Escuintla, Escuintla, Guatemala. September 21, 2018.