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Brewery Chemical Spillage

By Martin Myall

There was a bit of a panic in Granada on Wednesday at the Alhambra Brewery owing to an escape of ammonia, resulting in four workers being treated in hospital. »

Damaged Ship Heads for Motril

By Vivienne Hughes

(MNG) The British cargo ship, MV Cheshire, which suffered a fire in its cargo hold containing fertilizer on the 12th of August off the Canary islands, will be arriving in Motril. »

Another Salobreña Vega Fire

By Vivienne Hughes

There was another fire on the Salobreña vega, Thursday the 20th which the fire service managed to bring under control and put out despite the blustery conditions. »

Salobreña Beach Scare

By Martin Myall

It was at 22:23h yesterday, the 12th of July, when the TEDAX (bomb-disposal squad) carried out a controlled detonation of an explosive artifact. »

Nearby Fire Causes Schools Evacuation

By Hugh MacArthur

Minutes before midday on the 6th a fire broke out in a field next to the two schools in Salobreña. Consequently, The secondary school, IES Nazarí and the primary school, Segalvina, were evacuated. »

Cracked and Slipping

By Martin Myall

This is probably the fourth article that we have done on La Herradura's Carmenes del Mar, but each time it is to say that it has got worse. »

Fire in Salobreña Plantation

By Martin Myall

An out-of-season fire caused no end of headaches for the fire services which fought 24 hours to extinguish it. »

House Fire in Almuñécar

By Martin Myall

Fire services rushed to tackle a blaze in a 3rd-floor flat in Calle Sevilla, Almuñécar at 23.30h, last night. »

Falling Floor

By David Darby

Calle Real saw some emergency service activity during May. I was first alerted to this one whilst having a drink and a bite at El Ancla, when Cliff (get well soon mate!) told me that there had been a partial house collapse at the top of town, with part of the rear wall of... »