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.
Storm damage to the road where it passes through the coastal village of Melicena (Sorvillán) caused the road to be temporarily closed to traffic today.
Well, that’s one autovia promise that didn’t last long! The work on the A-44 over the Rules Reservoir now won’t be finished until February 2015.
Not only is there to be no coastal autovia (A-7) this year or next, but come September, the province will lose the Granada-coast autovia (A-44)
A huge catastrophe was narrowly avoided by the prompt action of the Infoca, fire fighters in Cañar, in the Alpujarra on the 2nd. As is the case in far too many forest or mountain brush fires, it appears that the fire was deliberately started.
With rain provoking mudslides and rockfalls all over Spain, it is not surprising that something of this nature should occur closer to home: Nerja.
The Town Hall was ‘forced’ to shut the road from La Caleta to La Guardia at Cuesta Caracho at the beginning of the week, owing to a burst water main.
Motril councillor, Manuel Ballesteros, has issued a press statement to inform road users that habitually use the old Velez Benaudalla road that this road will be closed on Monday.