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Two killed as torrential rains sweep away cars in Spain

Reuters Thursday, 12 September 2019 ()
Two siblings died on Thursday when floodwaters caused by torrential rain dragged their car and flipped it over in eastern Spain, local emergency services said, as authorities warned residents to brace for further storms across large parts of the country.
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News video: Torrential rains bring chaos to Spanish seaside town

Torrential rains bring chaos to Spanish seaside town 01:09

Parked cars were washed away by floodwaters on Friday in the Spanish seaside town of San Jose in Almeria province. Footage showed one car which had been swept right of the road onto the local beach.

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