Thirteen people have been taken to hospital after a car crashed into a smoking shelter outside a nightclub.
Police and paramedics responded to the collision involving an Audi A4 outside Streets Nightclub in John Street, Porthcawl, at around 1am.
A 24-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving and dangerous driving, while an 18-year-old woman is helping South Wales Police with the investigation. Both have been taken to Bridgend police station.
Paramedics took 10 people, aged between 17 and 43, to hospital for treatment for leg injuries that were not thought to be life-threatening, while three others also attended an emergency department.
A French au pair on the run from UK police has been updating her Facebook and continuing to offer her services as a nanny.
Emeline Essertel is wanted by detectives in South Wales after failing to appear in court in March to answer charges relating to fraud, taking a debit card and possessing CS gas.
Police appealed for information last month after the 24-year-old fled to France while on bail.
Since then, she has uploaded photographs from the Heineken Cup Final in Dublin, a two-week trip to Amsterdam and a night out with friends.
Cannabis worth £3.5m was seized by 130 police officers in early morning raids across south Wales and the west of England today.
Eight arrests were made by police and £400,000 in cash was discovered in the crackdown operation.
A large cannabis factory was later found and destroyed by authorities in Cardiff, and further raids were made in Newport, Bath and Bristol.
Detective Inspector Paul Latham, who led the operation, said: "Operation Pristina was put in place to target individuals believed to be involved in the cultivation and supply of cannabis across South Wales and the west of England.
"During the course of this operation we have successfully disrupted many of those who have been suspected of dealing in drugs."
South Wales Police has confirmed adults and children have been injured in a series of car accidents in Cardiff: