At least 10 people are now known to have died in the floods that have hit southern Spain.
The provinces of Malaga in the south and Murcia and Almeria in the southeast were the hardest hit.
Among the dead were a young boy and a girl who drowned in a car in Puerto Lumbreras, according to Spanish National radio.
An estimated 600 people have been evacuated across the region of Andulucia, which includes Malaga.
Spanish emergency services said there are 800 rescue workers in the area to help those in
The flooding comes after months without rain. Soaring summer temperatures all over Spain triggered thousands of wildfires.