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A kerosene pipe has been damaged on the A48 Eastbound carriageway in Carmarthen.
Dyfed Powys Police say that some kerosene has escaped from the pipe, but it has now been secured and there is no danger to the public.
People nearby may smell the escaped gas.
Residents living in a 300 metre radius of the incident have been advised to keep their windows and doors closed.
Dyfed Powys Police is appealing to find Stephen Ratcliffe from Ammanford, last seen 11 days ago.
The 56 year old is thought to be driving a silver Ford Mondeo with licence plate number WJ04KPY.
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An adult and three children have been taken to hospital following the derailment of a small train at the Pembrey Country Park in Carmarthenshire.
Emergency crews were called to the incident at around half 12 this afternoon. Four other children and nine adults were treated at the scene.
We were called at about 12.30pm to reports that a small train had derailed at Pembrey Country Park, Carmarthenshire. Three emergency ambulances, two rapid response vehicles and members of the Emergency Medical Retrieval and Transfer Service attended the scene. An adult and three children were transported to Glangwili General Hospital with injuries which are not believed to be serious. Four further adults and nine children were treated at the scene for minor injuries, but did not require hospital treatment.
Meanwhile Dyfed-Powys Police have confirmed investigations are on-going following the incident.
Dyfed-Powys Police are currently at the scene of an incident at Pembrey Country Park. We received a report of a miniature railway derailing at approximately 12.30pm on Thursday, August 18. Five people have been conveyed to hospital for check-ups but there are no serious injuries. Health and Safety Executive will be attending to carry out an investigation.
Emergency services have been called to Pembrey Country Park in Carmarthenshire following reports a train has derailed.
Crews responded to the incident at around half 12 this afternoon, with a number of vehicles in attendance.
We were called at about 12.30pm to reports that a small train had derailed at the Pembrey Country Park, Carmarthenshire. Three emergency ambulances, four rapid response vehicles and members of the Emergency Medical Retrieval and Transfer Service are currently in attendance at the scene.
A teenager from Carmarthenshire has been charged with offences relating to international computer crimes, police have said.
Detectives said 19-year-old Daniel Mark Kelley stands accused of a denial of service (DoS) attack on a local college, two counts of blackmail and money laundering.
Kelley, from Llanelli, was charged at Belgravia Police Station in London yesterday.
Dyfed Powys Police said Kelley was arrested following an investigation by the Tarian Regional Cyber Crime Unit.
Referring to the charges, a force spokesman added Kelley is alleged to have carried out a DoS attack on sixth-form college Coleg Sir Gar - which later affected submissions of coursework and the administration of examinations.
He also stands accused of blackmailing two people working for firms in Australia and Canada as well as money laundering.
Kelley has been bailed ahead of a court appearance at Westminster Magistrates' Court next month.
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