PUPILS from two schools were forced to flee after landslides, caused by heavy rain, on Monday.
The two schools, in Manilva and Marbella, were flooded and evacuated as was the El Ángel college in Marbella.
Furthermore, a wall collapsed close to the Barceló hotel in San Pedro Alcántara, Marbella.
The A7 in Manilva was closed as underpasses to gain access to Sabinillas and Puerto de la Duquesa were underwater.
There were several landslides, causing delays on affected roads in Manilva.
In Estepona several rivers and streams burst their banks flooding homes and businesses, with the Urbanization Marimontes worst affected.
The marina in Estepona was also flooded by torrential rain.
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