Leicestershire woman hoping her sister, Diana Dudas, survived floods in Spain
A woman was yesterday hoping that her sister who went missing during flash floods in Spain was still alive.
Sue Murdock, from Loughborough, posted a defiant message on her Facebook site after national newspapers reported that her sister, Diana Dudas, had died in floods near her home in Southern Spain.
Ms Murdock, who runs a restaurant, posted: "The news tells me my sister's body has been found following the Spanish floods.
"The foreign office and her husband tell me her body's not found and the search goes on. Let's hope and pray she is still alive."
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Ms Dudas, 52, a hairdresser and holistic therapist, who previously lived in Loughborough, went missing on Friday in Vera, a town in Almeria, during rainstorms.
At least 10 people, including two children, have died across southern Spain in the storms.
The Foreign Office said: "We are aware of reports that a British national has gone missing in Southern Spain and we are in contact with the local authorities."