Residents have been returning to their homes on Spain's Costa Del Sol to assess the damage caused by wildfires. Daybreak's Richard Gaisford reports.
Residents have been returning to their homes on Spain's Costa Del Sol to assess the damage caused by wildfires.
ITV's Nick Thatcher spoke to residents affected by the wildfires, as well as British holidaymakers returning home.
A man killed in the Spanish wildfires was not British, the Foreign Office has told ITV News.
Amateur footage shows Friday's wildfires in Marbella, Spain engulfing the region.
Thousands of people, many of them British, have had to flee their homes on the Costa del Sol to escape a wildfire that is raging out of control. Hundreds of firefighters are battling huge flames, from the ground and from the air, trying to stop them engulfing the popular holiday resort of Marbella.
Here's our Europe Correspondent Emma Murphy.
One British tourist who flew back to Gatwick from Malaga today described how everything was covered in dust and ash as he left.
– Angel Nozal, Mayor of Mijas
The fire is horrific, with flames 10 to 15 metres high.
– Elias Bendodo, Malaga Council
This is without a doubt the worst fire we've had. Thousands of people have been evacuated... Two people are definitely injured and lots of houses have suffered damage.