The Municipal Emergency Service Lorca has been eight interventions during the episode of rain in the afternoon yesterday in the village of Ramonete, which recorded rainfall of 55 liters per square meter in about 2 hours.
Among the eight interventions that took place yesterday afternoon, highlights from falling objects to the rescue of a British tourist whose vehicle was swept away by that council.
This has resulted English citizen unharmed after the car he was driving was swept away by runoff water and through the good work being carried out by troops of the Municipal Emergency Service.
Similarly, other action of interest was the rescue of a van that was stuck in the ford on the train station by the accumulation of water due to flooding.
The Councillor for Traffic Safety, Belén Pérez, said that "at first, off the Boulevard of the effective Cures prevented the Civil Protection and the local police access to the area where he was the man's vehicle that was dragged through the water about 40 meters. "
It has also argued that "ultimately, the intervention of the municipal emergency service was quick and precise lorquino very effectively solving the problems caused by these floods."
Source: Ayuntamiento de Lorca