Civil Protection volunteers who helped at the Sant Sebastià 2020 revetla in Palma have been involved in a car accident.

They were on their way back to base at Bellver Castle when the driver reportedly lost control of the car and crashed because of excess water on the road.

The vehicle is a total write off but all of the people inside managed to escape without injury.

Palma City Council has been criticised for not issuing warnings about the dangerous road conditions caused by Storm Gloria.

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KAY JOHNSON / Hace 7 months

Road SAFETY SHOULD BE ENFORCED. DRIVERS COME ROUND CORNERS AND PRIVATE ROAD, WITH SUCH SPEED. SOMETIMES I DON'T THINK THEY TAKE ANY NOTICE, OF EVEN TRAFFIC LIGHTS.

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