Emergency Services attend RTA on Factory Road

THE Emergency services are attending a Road Traffic Accident on Factory Road in Pembrey today, Sunday (Jul 15).

The accident is believed to have occurred at approximately 3pm.

A bystander told Llanelli Online that at least one vehicle had overturned. It is understood that a telegraph pole has been toppled and the road has been temporary closed.

There have been no reports of any injuries at the present time. We will update you when we receive any further information.

 

Pembrey chosen to host Tour of Britain opening

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The event which draws in thousands of people to the area benefitted from glorious sunshine on the Saturday whereas it was a much cooler affair with showers on the Sunday.

Participants had the opportunity to camp within the Country Park and there were plenty of stalls providing food and entertainment including live music.

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They were cheered on by an estimated 2,000-strong crowd of family supporters and onlookers who lined their route to the surf thrashing incoming sea.

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There were lobsters and prawns, elves,...

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Beach walkers with their pets and beachcombers on the Carmarthenshire coast are being warned to exercise care and not come in contact with the Portuguese man-of-war.

Parents taking children to the beach have been warned to exercise "extreme...