MORE than 100 landslides have been recorded in Mijas and Fuengirola.
It comes after 103 litres of rain fell on the area in just two hours over night.
Motorists driving from Mijas to Alhaurin were forced to swerve between debris falling from the cliffs on either side.
British expat David Blinder told the Olive Press that it was the ‘most scared’ he has ever been.
“There was a pretty major landslide every 100 or so metres along that road,” he said. “At least three quarters of the road was blocked and more land slides were falling as I was driving along.
“It was the scariest drive I have ever done.”
Meanwhile, in Fuengirola local authorities have been working on several flooding sites including on the A-7 motorway.
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