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South Wales Police and the fire service are continuing a joint investigation into a fire that broke out at a coach company in Merthyr.
Forty firefighters were called to tackle the blaze which they managed to stop spreading to surrounding businesses. Its cause is still unknown.
A huge fire has spread throughout a depot in Merthyr, destroying around 30 coaches.
Forty firefighters were called to the Pant Industrial Estate to tackle the fire at First Call Coaches.
South Wales Fire and Rescue Service arrived at the scene around 01:00 to find the fire had also spread to a main workshop.
The neighbouring A465 was closed to traffic due to smoke and debris on the road and diversions were put in place.
A joint police and fire investigation will be conducted at the scene today to establish the cause.
Two men have died in separate incidents at reservoirs in mid Wales. One died near Merthyr on Saturday, the other near Brecon yesterday.
Tom Sheldrick has the full report.
The A470 Northbound is closed due to a horse on the road between A4060 Pentrebach roundabout and A4102 Rhydycar roundabout.
Police are currently at the scene directing traffic.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a 23-year-old man was stabbed several times at a house in the Acacia Avenue area of Merthyr.
A 34-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder and is due to appear at Merthyr Magistrates Court later today.
The victim was taken to Prince Charles Hospital for treatment.
South Wales Police want anyone with information that could help them with their investigation to come forward.
There's queueing traffic on the A465 Heads Of The Valleys Road in both directions between the A4060 / High Street (Dowlais Roundabout) and the A470 Ffrwd Road (Cefn Coed Roundabout).
A couple from Merthyr have become Britain's latest National Lottery millionaires.Civil servant Ian Pearce, who's 45 and his partner 41-year-old Lyn Sexton, today returned to the castle where they wed to pick up their one-million lottery cheque.
Lyn said: "It is not the first we've shocked our families but they are all very happy for us. We love life and this will make it all the better."
CCTV footage taken from an attempted robbery at a Merthyr betting shop hopes to encourage people to come forward with information.Read the full story ›