A Spanish man has died after driving into the country's biggest reservoir while following instructions for his satellite navigation system.
The Spanish Red Cross has confirmed that two men drove into the La Serena reservoir at Capilla, near Badajoz in south western Spain. The 37-year-old driver drowned with his vehicle but his passenger was able to make it to shore.
"It seems the vehicle's GPS device told them to go down an old road which ended in the reservoir, but the darkness of the night did not allow them to brake in time and the vehicle became submerged in the water in a few minutes," the Red Cross said in a statement.
The GPS is thought to have directed the men down a road which had since been flooded out by the reservoir. The accident occurred at 11:20pm on Saturday night and the authorities have not said if drink was involved.
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