Forest fires raging in Spain's north eastern region of Catalonia have killed four people, officials have said.
The area is close to the border with France and includes the Costa Brava, one of the most popular beach destinations in Spain.
A 64-year-old man died on Monday at a Barcelona hospital having suffered 80% burns after his car became engulfed in flames.
A father and his 15-year-old daughter lost their lives after jumping into the sea off a cliff. His wife and two other children survived as the family was forced to abandon their car to flee wildfires approaching the coastal town of Portbou on Sunday.
A 75-year-old man died of a heart attack as he watched his house consumed by flames in the further inland town of Llers, near La Junquera, Girona. All four victims are French nationals.
Strong winds of up to 55 miles an hour are hindering efforts to control the blaze which has injured at least a further 23 people and has so far ravaged up to 32,000 acres of land.
Hundreds of firefighters, backed by up to a dozen water bombing aircraft, are continuing to battle the wildfires - the area's most devastating for 20 years.
Authorities believe they may have been started accidentally by reckless behaviour.
"Everything indicates that this originated from the imprudence of people, probably through cigarettes that have not been properly stubbed out and which are thrown out of windows," said Catalan President Artur Mas.
France's Europe minister Bernard Cazeneuve said Paris was also "mobilising resources" to help control what he described as a "dramatic and deadly fire" as quickly as possible.
Some 150,000 residents have been told to remain indoors with their windows and doors shut.
Scores more have been evacuated as a precaution with up to 4,000 homes without power, and several major roads closed as well as a high-speed rail link between Spain and France.