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Joined: Jun 14, 2005 Posts: 358 Location: Garrucha and Gwent
Posted: Sat Sep 29, 2012 12:45 am Post subject:
Yes Ejay ,I know you are telling it like it is and I appreciate your honesty.But there are times when you need not speak your mind as this is unhelpful to those that are in trouble in this instance.Sometimes its best to say nothing at all than to speak the truth in my opinion.
I'm fully with you there Jimbob,...but that whole area has a history of this happening!!!!!,........people should take advice from 'experience' and not the words of cash hungry agents!!!!!" _________________ "If your Parent's didn't have any children the chances are you won't either!!!".
Joined: May 17, 2005 Posts: 697 Location: Al Andalus, Vera
Posted: Sat Sep 29, 2012 11:51 am Post subject:
Apparently, the non-toll motorway is closed around Puerto Lumbreros (diversions in place). The AP7 (toll road) is ok until Los Lobos...so I believe you need to get on and off at Aquilas. The road was free yesterday....not sure about today.
Does any body know if the Fuentemar development at Vera Playa on the Vera road from Garrucha has water and electricity still working? I need to fly out and check the damage but I don't want to if there are no services. Any information would much appreciated.
Posted: Sat Sep 29, 2012 9:58 pm Post subject: Pueblo Laguna
I remember Pueblo Laguna being flooded about 25/26 years ago. Many of the people were ferried into Mojacar and I put a family up. I distinctly remember that it was because of flooding from the sea. Not rainfall.
Joined: May 29, 2008 Posts: 21 Location: Hillingdon/Garrucha
Posted: Sat Sep 29, 2012 10:04 pm Post subject:
it depends where your house is situated. Some have not been affected at all, others have had anything between 2-4ft of water inside the house. Houses at the front are probably the worst as this is where it hit first. There is still substantial water in ours as the front door cannot be opened and we are going over on Wednesday. Will probably need to drill through the wall to release water before we can gain access and then god knows what awaits us!
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