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Body recovered from River Taff after police search

Credit: ITV News/Keith Phillips

A body's been recovered from the River Taff in Cardiff, South Wales Police says.

Emergency services were called the riverbank close to the city centre at around 2pm after reports of a body in the water. Search crews were stood down earlier this afternoon, but police have now confirmed a body has been recovered.

A police spokeswoman said no further information about the identity of the body available at this time.

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Fire crews searching Cardiff river 'stood down'

Search crews looking for a body in the River Taff in Cardiff have been stood down.

South Wales Fire and Rescue Service says crews have searched from the Castle Street bridge to Penarth Road bridge with no sightings.

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Police searching Cardiff river in 'ongoing incident'

Police were called to the River Taff close to the city centre just before 2pm today. Credit: ITV News/Keith Phillips

Emergency services are searching the River Taff in Cardiff, after reports a body was spotted in the water.

South Wales Police says officers are dealing with an 'ongoing incident' in the river close to the city centre. South Wales Fire and Rescue said it was called to the river bank by police at around 1.55pm after reports of a body in the river.

No further information is available at this time.

Emergency services are searching the river after reports of a body in the water. Credit: ITV News/Keith Phillips

Hundreds attend maternity services rally in Rhyl

Hundreds of people have turned out at a rally in Rhyl to protest against the downgrading of maternity services at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd.

The rally underway in Rhyl Credit: Ian Lang/ITV News

A consultation over the changes launched last week.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board says safety is its 'overriding concern', adding it'll 'listen to the views of all' before making a decision.

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