New fires have broken out in northwestern Spain.
In the meantime, the weather department has issued a warning to the entire region as the fire has gone out of control.
As the fire has entered the locality, the locals have been evacuated to a safe place.
Acre after acre of forest in Spain is burning anew.
In this fire, more than 19,000 acres of forest have been burnt to ashes in the flames of fire in the northwestern city of Cures, Spain.
Several units of the fire brigade are working to extinguish the fire. Helicopters are also being used.
However, due to gusty wind and excessive temperature, they have to gain momentum to put out the fire.
Meanwhile, this terrible fire has spread very close to the locality.
Local authorities ordered more than 700 residents to evacuate to avoid any accidents.
It is also feared that the fire may spread in several surrounding areas.
The weather department has issued a warning as the fire has gone out of control.
Several European countries, including Spain, have been suffering from a terrible fire for quite some time.
Fires caused by extreme heat and dry weather have already burnt vast areas of forests in several countries.
Earlier, from July 10 to 18, 510 people died in Spain. It was one of the most intense fires ever to hit the European country.
In 2015, there were 26 consecutive days of wildfires in Spain. And the fire of 2003 was 16 days.