Britons Die After Contracting Legionnaires' Disease In Spain
A third British holidaymaker has died from contracting Legionnaires' disease while on holiday in Spain, the Valencia regional government has said.
The elderly man was originally thought to have died from heart problems after staying at the Diamante Beach Hotel in Calpe, southern Spain, but his death was later reclassified.
Two other elderly men have also died from the outbreak after staying at the hotel.
The men, who have not been named, were aged between 73 and 78.