There was a fire in Motril this morning (Tue/3rd) in a warehouse on the Las Algaidas trading estate.
A man at the Barcelona Zoo was severely injured after climbing into the lions’ pit.
Firemen rescued a foreign man in his 70’s from a car wreck after it left the road and fell 40 metres down an embankment. The car’s further descent was stopped by a tree.
Almuñécar firemen had their work cut out for them putting out a blazing car on Calle Tenis in Cotobro.
Part of the staff at the Motril Fire Station have rebelled against the station chief for alleged “bad management” and “mistreatment of staff.
It couldn’t have happened at a worse time, with summer upon them; Restaurante La Farola in Morche has been gutted by fire.
The name Ron Montero is interwoven within recent history in Salobreña & Motril, mainly because it is unique and very much a family run enterprise.
The Motril bomberos now have an all-terrain, 300 horsepower, fire engine that has a capacity of 3,000 litres of water. This big red toy can ascend gradients of up to 25%.
If it had not been for a call from Almería, a Motril man would have lost his life.
Being a student, he thought how cool it would be to have a photo of himself inside the giant opening and clambered in whilst coaxing his friend to take a few snaps. Unfortunately, while he was fannying around, he slipped and became completely jammed in the lower lippage area.