The State Security Forces investigate the discovery of a corpse in the sea, next to a jetty in Marbella, which could be related to the episodes of heavy rains that have hit the province and especially the coastal area of Malaga since yesterday. The body was found in the afternoon of this past Tuesday and is a common homeless in the area, as confirmed by sources close to the investigation, while the sub-delegation of the Government in Malaga, María Gámez, has said that for the moment ” we do not know more about the cause of death and if it is connected with the incidence of rain or there are other reasons, we will have to wait for the results of the autopsy, “although the sources consulted indicate that aa priori” does not seem related to violent act or criminal. ” The water has fallen steadily throughout the night of this Wednesday in the province of Malaga, which has been on red alert for rains and storms and where eight people have had to be evicted from a farm in the municipality of Coín. The rains have been more intense in Alhaurin el Grande, Coín, Guaro and Monda, with floods in the area that have left flooded areas and have provoked the intervention of the authorities, as reported by the Government Sub-delegation in Málaga.So, the Civil Guard has rescued eight people from their home in a farmhouse on Camino de la Ermita, in Coín. Two of them of advanced age -80 and 88 years old- and one physically disabled. These two people had hypothermia and have been transferred to the hospital. The rains and storms keep at risk four provinces of the peninsular east, and until yesterday afternoon the malagueña, but the State Agency of Meteorology (AEMET) has already decreed the level of risk in Malaga. The Junta de Andalucía has deactivated the Emergency Plan for Flood Hazards in Malaga at 13.38 this Wednesday, which has remained operational for the last twelve hours, due to heavy rains, which have left a total of 332 incidences in the province. The delegate of the Government of the Board in Malaga, José Luis Ruiz Espejo, has reported that the Operations Committee of the provincial emergency plan has met to assess the situation and analyze the measures to be taken to that the affected municipalities return to normality. Most of the notices attended have taken place in Marbella, although other locations such as Monda, Coín, Alhaurín el Grande, Guaro, Estepona and Benahavís have also been affected by heavy rainfall. in Antequera, Colmenar, Istan, Mijas, Ojen, Pizarra, Rincon de la Victoria and Malaga capital. The incidents have been due to the accumulation of water in alles, flooding in homes, garages and commercial premises, as well as incidents in the secondary network of the province of Malaga due to the accumulation of stones, rafts and mud, detailed 112 in a communiqué. The flood of the Pereilas River has dragged some cars in Coín in the area of the old Monda road, and several vehicles have been recovered in Monda and Estepona. Levels have also been recorded in the Fahala river, as well as in the Casarín and Las Lecheras streams, and intermittent power cuts . The Guadalhorce River has been on the verge of overflowing. In Marbella, the rains have flooded a public car park on Nabeul Avenue and a man who was inside has had to be rescued. In addition, several parked vehicles have been damaged by a wall about three meters from the soccer field on Calle Principe de Vergara. In Coín have been affected by water nine houses and tenants of one of them, two old people of 80 and 88 years, they had to be rescued and taken to the Hospital del Guadalhorce with minor injuries. In Benahavís lightning has fallen on a house that has caused material damage. The rains have complicated the traffic in several points of the network and in the A-7 motorways, in Malaga, and AP-7, in Marbella, there have been registered cuts punctual, although they are already open with the recommendation to circulate with caution.