Where are the Spain storms now? Latest updates on the floods in Alicante and Valencia

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FLASH floods have battered parts of Spain after torrential rain and terrifying lightning storms. Where are the storms and has anyone been killed? Here’s what we know. What’s the latest on the Spanish floods? Flood waters have raged through Murica, Almeria, Valencia and Alicante. Parts...

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