Last Updated: Saturday, September 29, 2012

10 killed in southern Spain floods


Disaster Report: Flash floods have killed 10 people in southern Spain.
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Death toll from Southern Spain floods has risen to 10. Two people in Malaga and Almeria are still reported to be missing.
At least 600 people had to be evacuated from their homes in the Andalusia region.
Heavy rain continued to fall across the Andalucia region on Saturday too.
Following state weather agency AEMET, 245 litres of water per square metre had fallen in the area in the morning alone.
Murcia decreed three days of official mourning for the victims of the storm. At least 35 people injured in tornado in Gandia city of Valencia, Spain.

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