Victims from floods in Spain increase to five
At least five people have died and 3,500 have been evacuated from their homes after flash floods struck south-eastern Spain.
Rivers burst their banks as some areas of Valencia, Murcia and eastern Andalucía saw the heaviest rainfall on record.
Torrential rain caused chaos on roads and public transport with two airports in Murcia and Almeria closing down, leaving travellers stranded.
Vehicles were swept away by rushing flood waters, causing at least three deaths.
One man was killed after getting stuck inside a flooded motorway tunnel.
Another man was found dead in the village of Redovan in Valencia after leaving his home on foot earlier on Friday.