Wildfires engulfed a large area of Pamora and Malaga, Spain. It continues to burn and is out of control. The multiple wildfires in Spain are fuelled by one of the earliest heatwaves on record in Europe. Firefighters are trying hard Day and night to contain the fire.
Wildfire breakout across Spain aftermath air temperatures of up to 42 degrees. The fire started on June 15 and as of June 18, the fire devastates more than 19,000 hectares of land according to the regional governments of Castile and Leon. Last summer in 2021, the EU experiences one of the worst wildfires. Amid intense heat, drought, and strong wind gusts this season can be worst hit by wildfires. Another blaze in Sierra de la Culebra, Zamora province consumed 25,000 hectares of land. The drought, extreme heatwave, and strong winds are fanning the wildfire. Firefighters are struggling to contain the wildfires across the country. At least 10 villages (1,700 people) were evacuated.