La Málaga, a location in San Salvador that is highly vulnerable to floods has been affected by the storms this week. Here is a photo of la Málaga on Monday, October 10th at about 4:40 p.m. The photograph of the cover of Más was taken on Saturday, October 15th.
La Málaga is a fairly densely populated community that is unfortunately located at a hydrological bottle neck in San Salvador. Runoff coming down the San Salvador volcano from the Santa Tecla area fills streams as it gathers speed. La Málaga is a bend in those rivers and is quite narrow considering the quantity of water that needs to flow through there during a storm surge.