Four people have died and 47 others were injured after a train derailed in northern Spain.
The train driver and a ticket collector were among those killed.
Rescue crews searching through the wreckage suspect there may be a fifth victim inside.
The train was carrying around 63 passengers and two crew members when it derailed in O Porriño, a town in the Galicia region and close to the Portuguese border, at 9.30am local time.
The train had three carriages, and the front car came off the tracks completely and hit an electricity pylon next to the line, crushing the engineer's cab and leaving the car leaning on its side.
The two other cars partially came off the tracks.
Adif railway infrastructure company said it has opened an investigation into the crash which occurred on a straight stretch close to O Porriño station.
The train - which was just 20 minutes into its journey - was travelling from Vigo to Porto, in neighbouring Portugal, and belonged to Portuguese company Comboios de Portugal.
Thousands of people have been evacuated after a huge fire broke out in the eastern Spanish town of Javea.
The blaze destroyed at least 20 houses in the town on the outskirts of Benidorm.
Planes flew overhead dropping water and people are being temporarily housed in schools, restaurants and hostels.
Claire Edwards, 39, a presenter on Overseas FM who lives in Javea, said: "This morning it was like waking up in Vietnam with so many aircraft in the skies."
Volunteer firefighter Leo Gomez, from Benissa, said a lot of people were made homeless.
He said: "Luckily I do not have housing in the burned area. The experience was very sad to see how something so beautiful is destroyed before you without doing more."
"The feeling of being there was terror, helplessness, fear, a set of bad feelings by not being able to do more - images that will never be forgotten," he continued.
Radio One DJ Chris Stark was caught in the incident and posted updates on Twitter.
This is crazy. I think my car and maybe my apartment is on fire. I hope everyone in Javea is ok https://t.co/gbYjTEZuj0
Local authority official Jose Maria Angel said the fire was likely an act of arson and that the culprits deliberately choose the hottest day of the year.
He said: "Everything appears to indicate that the forest fire that has affected various residential areas around Alicante could have been intentional."
Spanish authorities said more than 200 firefighters with 65 vehicles were sent to deal with the fire.
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There will be no immediate changes to the circumstances for British expats in Europe, the prime minister said this morning.
However, their future is uncertain as they may no longer enjoy the right to live and work in EU countries.
John and Miriam, who relocated to Malaga 12 years ago, said they are "angry" at the vote to leave the EU.
Miriam said she has health conditions and the Brexit may mean she has to return to live in the UK to access healthcare.
John said: "I felt a real mix of shock and anger. Angry because, for me this the wrong result. I feel people who voted to exit voted for the wrong reasons."
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