AS usual, Javea came off badly during the second day of the storms that hit the Marina Alta.
Earlier, Spain’s meteorological office Aemet had issued an Orange Alert warning, advising that the bad weather would focus on Javea and the surrounding area.
The port area alone registered 100 millimetres of intense rain during the early hours of the morning of Thursday November 5, accumulating a total of 200 millimetres.
The Policia Local closed Avenida Libertad, Avenida Fontana and Arenal, evacuating people from several homes that were threatened by floodwater. They were also called on to remove fallen trees, collapsed awnings and caved-in walls but all roads were able to reopen that same day after a clean-up operation.
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