Carino, Spain: A Spanish car manufacturer is recalling about 7,000 cars because they may contain a fungus.
The car maker has sent a letter to drivers, asking them to immediately stop using the vehicles, which are manufactured by El Camini car company.
El Camino car has recalled about 7 million cars globally because of a fungus that has killed many of its workers, according to the Spanish newspaper El País.
El Caminis cars are manufactured in Mexico.
The fungus causes a serious illness in humans, which can cause a heart attack and death.
It is believed to be transmitted by aerosolized spores or inhalation.
Affected vehicles include the El Caminos C5 and C6 models, which come with a 5-liter V6 engine.
Affected vehicles were manufactured from 2011 to 2018.
El Maestra Carina, a company that manufactures cars in El Camincas factories, said the recall was due to the presence of a mold found on the engine of the El Monte car, which is made by El Cajon car maker El Maestros.
The mold, called El Camina, can cause serious illness, according the company.