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Written by SOT.COM.AL 16 Gusht 2022
10,000 hectares have been engulfed in flames in Spain, where around 300 firefighters spent a difficult night fighting a huge fire in south-eastern Spain in an area extremely difficult to access.
The fire started when lightning struck the Vall de Ebo area in Alicante province late Saturday and has since spread rapidly, driven by strong winds, forcing the evacuation of more than 1,000 people, Valencia's regional government said.
"It has been a very complicated night," regional Interior Minister Gabriela Bravo told Antena 3 television, saying that around 300 firefighters were battling the flames, supported by 24 planes and helicopters.
"At the moment we are talking about more than 9,500 hectares burned with a perimeter of 65 kilometers," said regional president Ximo Puig, describing the fire as "absolutely huge."
Firefighters elsewhere in the region are also battling two other blazes north of the city of Valencia, with hundreds of firefighters and at least 10 firefighting planes involved in the operation, officials said.
Further north, firefighters in the Aragon region are hoping to bring under control another huge fire that broke out on Saturday that has burned more than 6,000 hectares of land, forcing at least 1,500 people from their homes.
So far this year, Spain has suffered 391 fires, fueled by scorching temperatures and drought conditions, which have destroyed a total of 271,020 hectares of land, according to the latest figures from the European Forest Fire Information System.
This year's fires in Spain have been particularly devastating, destroying more than three times the area consumed by fires in all of 2021, which reached 84,827 hectares, the figures show.
Scientists say human-caused climate change is making extreme weather events, including heat waves and droughts, more frequent and intense.
Fires have broken out across Europe, particularly in France, Greece and Portugal, making 2022 a record year for fires on the continent.