A DEADLY bacteria-riddled river in Estepona has finally been visited by representatives from the Junta.
Last week the Olive Press exclusively revealed that a strand of the killer E-Coli bacteria had been detected in the Arroyo del Hornacinos, a river often played in by children.
Following months of complaints by residents of the neighbouring Villas Andaluzas to Estepona Town Hall, Junta officials have finally stepped in.
“It is good to see that something is finally being done,” British resident Sam Hall, 78, said. “We await the report from the Junta and hopefully this can be sorted out as a priority.”
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