Madrid: Efforts to control the forest fires that erupted in the coastal islands of Spain continue, with around 3,000 people evacuated to safer locations.
Forest fires broke out in the jungles of the Canary Islands, located off the southern coast of Spain and near Morocco, last day. According to the Tenerife administration, efforts are underway to extinguish the fires.
In the affected areas, approximately 2,400 residents from Santa Ursula and 600 from La Orotava have been moved to safe locations. According to authorities, seven helicopters are involved in firefighting efforts.