08:30 GMT24 February 2020
Listen Live
    Europe
    Get short URL
    0 54
    Subscribe

    Floods, caused by heavy rains in the southern Spanish autonomous community of Andalusia, killed two people, according to local media reports.

    MADRID (Sputnik) – Two people were killed by floods in the southern Spanish autonomous community of Andalusia, local media reported on Monday.

    An employee of an energy company died in Campo de Gibraltar in the province of Cadiz, while carrying out works on restoring electricity supply, the El Mundo newspaper reported.

    A woman of a Romanian background died on Sunday in one of the night clubs in the town of Estepona, the province of Malaga. She did not manage to get out of the flooded building.

    The floods were caused by heavy rains. Many towns and cities, especially those in the Malaga province were flooded. Two lines of the underground were closed and an airport was damaged in Malaga.

    The most difficult situation was registered in Marbella, Cartama, Estepona and Alhaurin de la Torre.

    Related:

    Over 10 People Dead in Southern Thailand Amid Floods
    Woman Drifts Atop of Her Sinking Car During Flood
    US Death Toll Climbs To More Than 35 After Hurricane Matthew Amid Massive Floods
    Heavy Rains, Flooding Affect Over 50,000 Homes in Guatemala
    Tags:
    victims, flood, Andalusia, Spain
    Community standardsDiscussion
    Comment via SputnikComment via Facebook