Several roads remain closed to circulation due to the precipitations fallen yesterday in the province of Malaga, where emergency services work to restore normalcy in the affected municipalities, especially in the regions of Antequera, Ronda and the Costa del Sol.
As reported by Emergencias 112 Andalucía, the A-7279, in the Sierra de Yeguas, continues to be cut off from circulation between kilometers 0 and 15, as is the MA-7401 between kilometers 5 and 9, the MA-6404 (from 0 to 9) in Campillos and MA-5403 between kilometer points 5 and 10, passing through Ardales.
In addition, the MA-8302 road at kilometer 10, in Genalguacil, and the MA-5401 at the same kilometer point, passing through Casarabonela, present traffic cuts until the cleaning tasks are completed.
The rains have claimed the life of firefighter José Gil, of the Malaga Provincial Consortium, whose funeral will be celebrated today at 4:00 pm at the Carmen Church in Antequera, municipal sources have told Efe.
During the night there were no new incidents of relevance at the end of the rains, which has enabled Estepona to be able to transit practically all over the municipality, including access to the Forest Hill area.
The city council has informed that this Monday there will be no classes in the schools and institutes of the locality to alleviate the traffic and facilitate the work to the operators.
The cleaning and restitution work also continues in other municipalities such as Campillos, Ronda, Faraján, Genalguacil, Cortes de la Frontera, Gaucín, Manilva and Benaoján.
Yesterday afternoon was free access to eighty homes that had been cut off in Bobadilla-Station, in Antequera, while the Civil Guard rescued two people caught in Cortes de la Frontera helicopter and a family in a farmhouse flooded in Faraján .
Emergencias 112 has managed in the province of Malaga 656 notices since the beginning of the heavy rain episode recorded during the weekend until 6.00 today, which makes it the most affected province of Andalusia, which has registered 978 incidents in the community as a whole.
The rains have caused a significant increase in the volume of water stored in the reservoirs, with significant figures such as 395 liters of water per square meter recorded in the rainfall station of the Turón River, in Ardales or the 317 liters per square meter recorded in the reservoir of the Guadalteba.