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Three Killed As Heavy Rainfall And Flooding Causes Chaos In Spain

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Three Killed As Heavy Rainfall And Flooding Causes Chaos In Spain

Three Killed As Heavy Rainfall And Flooding Causes Chaos In Spain

Torrential rainfall in south-east Spain has caused chaos, leaving three people dead and many stranded across the region.

Airports, train stations and road networks have been closed, while military emergency services have been deployed to rescue citizens trapped on flooded highways.

Severe weather warnings are still in place.

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