Two teenagers haven been arrested after a fire in Llanelli last night.
An 18-year-old and 16-year-old were arrested on suspicion of arson with intent to endanger life.
Dyfed-Powys Police is appealing for witnesses following a fire near the Ty Elwyn building in Llanelli just after 10pm.
We would like to reassure the public that nobody was injured as a result of the fire, and that the building is safe to use.
Efforts are ongoing to determine the cause, and we encourage anyone who can assist the investigation to come forward.
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Armed police officers helped rush a heavily pregnant woman to hospital after pulling over a suspected speeding car.
The officers from the Pembrokeshire Armed Response Unit made the unexpected special delivery whilst patrolling in the A40 near Carmarthen on Monday morning.
After being overtaken by what appeared to be a speeding motorist, PC's Darren Trevan and John Woodcock jumped to action.
On speaking to the occupants of the vehicle, and quickly realising that one of them was heavily pregnant, PC Woodcock drove the couple's car to hospital while PC Trevan provided the the escort.
Today armed response officers transported a lady to hospital just in time to give birth to a bouncing baby boy! #notallheroeswearcapes
They made it to Glangwili General Hospital just in time for the birth of a baby boy.
Mother, father and baby are said to be doing well.