A second man has died after getting into difficulty while swimming near a waterfall in Llanberis area, North Wales Police said.
“Following a multi agency search of the area in Llanberis, I can confirm that a body has been recovered and that a second man, aged 21, has died as a result of the incident,” Superintendent Alex Goss.
One man has died and another is missing after "getting into difficulty" while swimming near a waterfall in the Llanberis area, North Wales Police has said.
“I can confirm that one man aged 33 has died as a result of the incident," Superintendent Alex Goss said.
“A second man aged 21 remains unaccounted for and a multi-agency search is currently taking place within the area."
“Two other men aged 27 and 25 have received treatment at hospital and have since been released."
Four men swimming near a waterfall in the Llanberis area "got into difficulty" earlier this morning, North Wales Police has confirmed.
Police were alerted to the incident at 8.30 this morning and a multi agency response was mobilised involving the police water rescue unit, North Wales Fire and Rescue Service, Welsh Ambulance Service and Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team.
Two casualties were transferred to hospital for treatment and have since been released.
Agencies remain at the scene conducting enquiries.
Superintendent Alex Goss would not confirm whether anyone had died in the incident.
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The north-west of England celebrated the biggest fall in the number of people out of work in the three months to February, official figures reveal.
The region saw a fall of 20,000, bringing the unemployment rate down to 5.6 per cent.
The south-west fared worst of the English regions, with an increase in unemployment of 7,000.
- North West: down 20,000 to 209,000 (5.9% unemployment rate)
- Yorkshire/Humber: down 17,000 to 166,000 (6.2%)
- South East: down 13,000 to 195,000 (4.2%)
- East Midlands: down 13,000 to 116,000 (4.9%)
- Wales: down 12,000 to 92,000 (6.2%)
- North East: down 11,000 to 100,000 (7.7%)
- London: down 10,000 to 287,000 (6.2%)
- West Midlands: down 1,000 to 172,000 (6.2%)
- East of England: up 1,000 to 154,000 (5%)
- Northern Ireland: up 3,000 to 53,000 (6%)
- South West: up 7,000 to 126,000 (4.6%)
- Scotland: up 9,000 to 167,000 (6%)
While Wales celebrate a 12,000 drop in unemployment, Scotland saw a rise of 9,000 and Northern Ireland saw 3,000 more people out of work.