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A garden centre in Cardiff will be closed 'for the foreseeable' future after it was destroyed by a blaze which started late last night.
The family of seven year old Luke Jenkins say they'll continue their fight for answers about why he died
A woman has sustained serious injuries to her forearms requiring treatment in hospital after being attacked by a dog that had attacked and killed her own dog in Victoria Park in Cardiff.
The dog responsible has been seized by police officers, but the owner is yet to be identified.
The dog, seized by police, is described as being of a ‘Pit-bull’ type appearance and is a distinctive blue-grey colour.
An elderly woman was rescued from a fire at a bungalow in Rhiwbina in Cardiff.
The blaze started at the property at 17.49 on Saturday.
South Wales Fire and Rescue said the woman has been taken to hospital for treatment for smoke inhalation.
Traffic has returned to normal after an earlier accident on the M4 Eastbound between J32 A470 / A4054 (Coryton Interchange) and J30 A4232 (Cardiff Gate).
South Wales Fire and Rescue Service say the fire at Blooms garden centre was an accident.
Firefighters were called to the garden centre in St Mellons at around 10pm last night.
Only the exterior of the building remains and the centre have confirmed they will be closed for the foreseeable future.
Group Manager, Brian Thompson said “Crews faced challenging situations dealing with a large fire, including small explosions on the site involving cylinders. Crews did a tremendous job preventing the fire spreading to nearby houses and businesses and remained on site for the rest of the night.”
A Coroner has recorded a verdict of accidental death in the inquest of a man who fell down a cliff trying to save his pet dog in September.
Civil engineer Rhys Clark was killed and his girlfriend Anna Galazka seriously injured as they chased after their puppy which fell down the cliff face at Southerndown in the Vale of Glamorgan.
The inquest heard Rhys, 27, fell onto the rocky beach below, with Anna falling down after him.
Rhys was killed outright as he struck the rocks. Anna suffered multiple fractures and is recovering in the University Hospital of Wales
The inquest heard that lifeguards on the beach tried to resuscitate Rhys before a doctor on the scene pronounced him dead from multiple injuries.
Today Rhys' father told the inquest that the couple were in love and his son had told him they planned to get married.
Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan coroner Thomas Atherton said: "It is quite clear from the evidence that the dog ran towards the cliff edge and Rhys followed with tragic consequences."
Laurence Vick, the family solicitor says 'some questions the family feel have been answered, some haven't.' He made a statement outside Avon Coroner's Court in Bristol earlier.
The fire at Blooms Garden centre in Cardiff was first sighted at 10:20 last night.
The cause of the fire is still unknown.
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