The heavy rains registered at dawn from Thursday to Friday have caused more than 200 incidents of water accumulation in Seville, both on public roads and in garages and underpasses. Emergencies Seville continues to attend to incidents and remains active in the face of forecasts of new rains in the coming hours, which could be intense, alert in a tweet.
Several provinces of Andalusia and Galicia are this Friday at significant risk due to coastal phenomena and intense rainfall, as reported by the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet). In Cádiz, up to 80 liters per square meter can be accumulated in 12 hours, while the provinces of A Coruña, Pontevedra and Malaga, on yellow notice, will accumulate 15 to 20 liters per square meter.
Rainfall – up to 60 liters in Seville – has not caused injuries, but has caused material damage. Emergencies Seville asks to use alternative routes to avoid, for example, the Alfonso Lasso de la Vega underpass, due to accumulation of rainwater.
The heavy rains that have fallen in the last hours have caused the suspension of rail traffic on both tracks between Seville Santa Justa and San Bernardo, due to accumulation of water in the San Bernardo tunnel from 5.33 to nine in the morning, when they have been restored .
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