At least 69 people are known dead and thousands have evacuated from their homes since those living near the volcano were not prepared for the eruption.
The Policia Nacional Civil (National Civil Police) released the footage Tuesday on their social media feeds showing some of the devastation in the Escuintla area.
Orange, super-heated gas and rocks shot into the sky from Volcan de Fuego and poured down the mountain, wiping out entire villages on Sunday.
The national disaster agency, CONRED, said 192 people remained missing after the disaster and the forensic agency, Inacif, raised the death toll to at least 75, up from 72.
The death toll stands at 70, but is expected to rise.
Though numerous clouds obscure a view of the volcano, the footage shows a dark ash cloud suddenly grow in the centre of the image.
Rescue workers walk on rooftops in Escuintla, Guatemala, Monday, June 4, 2018, blanketed with heavy ash spewed by the Volcan de Fuego, or 'Volcano of Fire, ' pictured in the background, left center.
The country's seismology and volcanology institute warned of new flows descending through canyons on the volcano's western slope toward the Pantaleon River, carrying boulders and tree trunks.
The disaster on Sunday was the volcano's biggest eruption in four decades.
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At a shelter in the Murray D. Lincoln school in the city of Escuintla, about 10 miles (15 kilometers) from the volcano's peak, Alfonso Castillo said he and his extended family of 30 had lived on a shared plot in Los Lotes where each family had its own home.
"One million seven hundred thousand people are affected, and that number could rise - he said - there is serious damage to infrastructure, especially roads and bridges, so communications are very hard".
A second eruption hit on Tuesday.
A baby miraculously survived after a house was covered in ash.
"We will continue until we find the last victim, though we do not know how many there are". "They are taking away our opportunity to say goodbye".
"We don't rule out the possibility of some person alive, but the condition in which the homes are makes that possibility pretty unlikely", Sanchez said, according to AP.
However, the prospects of finding any more survivors was poor, he said.
Only 17 of the bodies recovered so far have been identified due to the extreme heat that charred their features and burned off fingerprints, and authorities hope other means such as DNA testing can help.
CONRED expects 1.7 million people to be affected by the eruption, with some fleeing just ahead of fast-moving lava flows that reached 1,300 degrees Fahrenheit.