Flooding hits southern Spain

PARTS of southern Spain have been inundated by a series of flash floods which have killed at least 10 according to local authorities.

Al-Jazeera English reported a tornado swept through the main square of a fair ground in the coastal town of Gandia on Friday, knocking down a ferris wheel and injuring 35 people.

The town hall website said several rides were damaged and disconnected from electricity in the fair set up in the main square.

The website also confirmed that 15 of those injured were seriously hurt and were treated on site.

Topics:  flooding spain

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