27 Nov, 2014 @ 11:38
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Tornado hits Malaga

A WATERSPOUT tornado hit the city of Malaga this morning.

The strong winds destroyed a petrol station, bars and a caravan site.

Walls have collapsed across the city and cars and caravans have been overturned.

Jesus Alava Reyes had to shelter in a petrol station to avoid the storm.

He said: “We had to take shelter at the gas station with the door locked.

“The winds have wrecked cars and destroyed property. I have never seen anything like this.”

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Rob Horgan

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