Tributes have been paid to a couple from Dumfries and Galloway, when the taxi they were travelling in got caught up in raging flash floods on Majorca.
The couple, named locally as Antony and Delia Green from Moffat, are understood to have died along with taxi driver, Juan Sillero, when their car was swept away by a torrent of water near the coastal resort of S'Illot.
Authorities on the popular tourist island said 10 people, three of them foreigners, died when torrential rain deluged the region around the town of Sant Llorenc, about 40 miles east of the capital Palma.
Friend 84-year-old Emilio Dicerbo said everyone in Moffat would be "devastated" by their deaths:
Some parts of the island received up to 9in (23cm) of rainfall in a matter of hours on Tuesday evening.
Witnesses described having minutes to find safety as the water levels rose, inundating houses and catching motorists off guard.
The floodwaters tore down trees, swept numerous cars and trucks into piles of twisted metal and buried streets under mud.
Mr Green, 77, and his wife, 75, were being driven to a hotel in Cala Bona when the taxi was caught in the floodwaters, Diario de Mallorca reported.
Rescue workers reportedly found the car submerged and on its side at the mouth of the torrent in S'Illot at 2.00am (1.00am BST) on Wednesday.
Military divers found the couple's bodies still inside, while Mr Sillero was later found lifeless nearby, the paper said.
A Foreign Office spokesman said:
Spanish authorities said 80 soldiers and seven vehicles from the military's emergency unit had joined more than 100 rescuers deployed in the area on Wednesday.
Meanwhile tennis star Rafael Nadal, who is from the island, was seen joining in with the clean-up effort.
The world number one invited locals to take shelter at his tennis academy in nearby Manacor and then donned boots to join other volunteers.
"Sad day in Majorca," the 30-year-old said on Twitter.
Spanish PM Pedro Sanchez called news of the flooding "devastating" as he visited the area on Wednesday.
He said: "My solidarity and support goes out to the families and friends of victims and all the affected by these tragic floods,"