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