The river Ebro has risen to six metres and ten centimetres in Zaragoza, with flooding necessitating the evacuation of around one thousand people from their homes.
The municipality of Montilla, Córdoba province, is counting the cost of a heavy downpour on Wednesday afternoon which flooded the railway station and the basement of the local hospital.
One hundred people remain isolated in the village of Coto Rios in the Parque Natural de Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas in Jaén province after heavy rains on Saturday, 201 litres in less thann twenty-four hours, cut their only access point, a bridge over the rio Guadalquivir.
Guatdia Civil divers are searching for a 48-year-old man who was swept away by flood waters in Oliete, Teruel.
A body found yesterday about 600 metres off the Málaga coast between Benalmádena and Fuengirola is thought to that of the resident of Pizarra who went missing during the storms twelve days ago.
The body of 52 year old D.D., a British woman missing in Vera since the floods last Friday, has been found today at sea about 4.5 miles from Los Escullos and about 50 kilometres south of Pueblo Laguna, where she lived.
Sunday has been a day when many people have been trying to salvage what belongings they can from flooded buildings as well as time for the authorities to begin the process of assessing the damage, both in material and financial terms.
The search is continuing for two people still missing after the recent storms, a man from Álora in the Guadalhorce Valley and a 52 year old British woman from Puebla Laguna in Vera, Almería province.
The death toll as a result of the torrential rains and flooding throughout southern Spain has risen to ten, five in Andalucia and five in the region of Murcia. The latest victims are a man from the village of Sangonera La Verde in Murcia and a woman from Archidona in Málaga province. Two people are still reported as missing. Hundreds of …
A total of eight people have lost their lives in Andalucia during the storms of the past couple of days and many hundreds had to be rescued or evacuated from their homes in towns and villages throughout the region.