Cut off from the world - Malaga, Costa Del Sol News

Water supplies have been cut off Water supplies have been cut off

TWELVE homes in the Barranco del Sol area of Almogia, Malaga, have been cut off and without running water since November.

Local residents complain that the 1.5km road to their homes is almost impossible to drive along and closed in parts.

They have requested that the town hall send a machine to clear the road, but so far nothing has happened.  One elderly resident has had to leave his home because he recently underwent an operation and the ambulance can’t reach him.

They are also asking for the supply of drinking water to their homes to be restored. 

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