Extreme levels of flood danger were announced in Spain on Friday, with at least one person dead.
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Extreme levels of flood danger were announced in the northern Spanish city of Navarre, with at least one person killed and several others injured in flash floods.
One person was killed when the roof of a support building on a farm collapsed in the village of Sanbilja, police said. In the regional capital of Pamplona, people were kayaking across a street when rescuers pumped water up to their waists.
In the middle of the village of Villazava, the roof of the house was flooded. After a cooling wave and a drop in temperature across Spain, the storm bar brought heavy rain and wet snow and ice to higher areas, causing a rapid rise in water levels.
See what the Spanish territory looks like after a flood: