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A man who climbed 90 metres up a crane in Bridgend has been rescued by police officers.
Inspector Emma Tyler told ITV News negotiators talked to the man and got him down successfully without any injuries.
Fire crews were also called to the scene and confirmed he has been taken down safely and was taken to hospital via ambulance.
Update Bridgend: Male safely talked down from crane by Police negotiator and taken to hospital via ambulance. Fire crews standing down
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One lane is closed on the M4 eastbound due to a road traffic accident involving an ambulance which has overturned.
The lane is closed between Junction 35 A473 (Pencoed) and Junction 34 A4119 (Miskin).
Lane 1 closed on m4 from junction 35 to 34 East due to a collision. Slow moving traffic at this time.
At approximately 11.40am this morning, Tuesday 19 April, we had reports that one of our Patient Care Service vehicles had left the eastbound carriageway of the M4 between junctions 34 and 35.
One of the Trust’s Hazardous Area Response Team vehicles was passing the scene and stopped to support, and we also sent a paramedic in a rapid response car and a crew in an emergency ambulance.
The male driver of the vehicle, the sole occupant, has been taken to the Royal Glamorgan Hospital.
His injuries are not believed to be life-threatening
Police are appealing for information to help find a missing 14-year-old girl.
Ffion Meredith was last seen on Tuesday.
She is originally from Bridgend, but had recently been living in Carmarthenshire.
South Wales Police say they have been making enquiries to find her but are now asking the public for help.
Anyone with information is asked to get in touch.
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South Wales Police has released a photo of a concrete block thrown from a bridge onto the M4 at Bridgend.
The incident happened on Wednesday evening near the Sarn Services. The block hit the roof of an HGV and then fell onto the carriageway.
Police are appealing for information.
The actions of the person or persons responsible are extremely dangerous and the consequences could have resulted in the death of a motorist.
It is very fortunate that this was not the result on this occasion.
South Wales Police is conducting local enquiries to trace the identity of those responsible.
A 31-year-old man from Bridgend is being treated for life threatening injuries after being crushed whilst unloading a HGV vehicle.
Police were called to the incident on Faraday Road in Plymouth at around 10.15am on yesterday involving a stationary four axle extending frame flat bed HGV.
The man is understood to have been unloading the HGV when he was crushed by a mechanism on the vehicle.
He sustained serious injuries and is being treated at Derriford Hospital.
Officers from the CID, the Serious Collisions Investigation Unit and the Health & Safety Executive are carrying out a joint investigation and appealing for witnesses to this incident.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact police on 101.