There have been several evacuactions but not the 8000 as previously reported

Update 12.10
Schools in the area are been closed as a  precautionary measure. Parents are been contacted 
Several evacuations have been done but not the 8000 as previously reported
Five Major roads in the province have been closed roads  which are
are the
A-384 at kilometer 126, in the Antequera area.
MA-8304, in the area of ​​Genalguacil,at  0.5 kilometer,  This route goes to Genalguacil Jubrique.
A-365, the 9.500 kilometer, in the Sierra de Mares. Specifically, this  road connecting points the Roda de Andalucía (Sevilla) with Campillos.
A-343, from KM14 – KM18 in the  the area of ​​Antequera. 
In the same area,  N-331, from 114 to 118 kilometer, because of a large water basin.

Drivers are been advised to drive slowly

The rail network is also disrupted with alternative transport been offered in the following sections
Pedrera Osuna (Sevilla), Archidona-Salinas (Málaga) and Bobadilla (Málaga).

Between Sevilla and Malaga have been established road transfers between Osuna (Sevilla) and Malaga.For the part Sevilla-Granada-Almería’s road transfers between Osuna and Loja (Granada). In the stretch Granada-Ronda-Algeciras are established transshipment by road between Granada and Campillos (Málaga).
Between  Granada-Madrid Altaria an alternative plan between Granada and Santa-Ana Antequera (Málaga). on the Algeciras-Madrid Altaria service, there is a road service between Ronda (Málaga) and Antequera-Santa Ana
Between Malaga-Barcelona on the  Alaris network  travelers have been transfered to the  AVE train to Córdoba, where will link with other trains to their destination.
According to Renfe, high-speed trains have not been affected by this incident, and the ADIF and RENFE technicians are working to restore normal service as quickly as possible.

A flight to Malaga Airport from Barcelona was   diverted this morning due to the heavy rain

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