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A boy has been taken to hospital after being involved in a collision with a car in Milford Haven.
Police were called to Great North Road just after 4pm where paramedics were also at the scene.
The boy was taken to Morriston Hospital via police helicopter. His condition is currently unclear.
Police say there will be traffic diversions in place from Steynton for a period of time.
Milford Haven Port Authority says a £70m plan to develop Milford Dock has been granted outline planning permission.
It says the development will feature a wide range of new attractions for visitors and local residents , as well as creating new opportunities for the local fishing industry.
Now that Outline Planning has been approved we can move forward with marketing this exciting development opportunity which will create up to 600 new jobs and generate an estimated £45 million of extra spend in the town. We are already talking to a number of development agents who are interested in working with us. They will carry out extensive market testing and it is at this stage that detailed plans will begin to define and shape the specific parts of the development
Police are appealing for information about the whereabouts of teenager, Chelsea Burgess, who is missing from the Milford Haven area.
The 16-year-old was reported missing yesterday afternoon.
She is described as 5’1” tall, slim build, with shoulder length blonde hair and was wearing a black hoody, black vest top, light blue jeans and tan colour boots.
Police are concerned for her wellbeing and officers are appealing to anyone who has seen Chelsea or who knows of her whereabouts to contact Dyfed Powys Police by calling 101.
Two funds worth a combined £3.5m will open later this month to try to boost employment opportunities in Pembrokeshire following the collapse of the Murco oil refinery deal last month.
The collapse of the sale of the Murco oil refinery was a bitter blow for the whole of Pembrokeshire and our priority now is safeguarding as many jobs as possible in the area. These two funds will go a considerable way towards achieving this by supporting businesses and individuals in the area.
A recruitment drive is being held in Milford Haven today after an announcement earlier this month that the Murco refinery was to close.
More than three hundred jobs are to be shed at the site after a deal to take it over collapsed.
The company behind the recruitment drive, petrochemical company Ineos, is hoping to fill vacancies at its site in Scotland.
The site in Milford Haven is due to be closed and used as a storage and distribution facility.
Plaid Cymru MEP Jill Evans has called on the UK Government to apply for European funding to help the 400 workers facing redundancy with the closure of the Murco refinery in Milford Haven. Production there is expected to end after a sale to a Swiss company fell through.
Jill Evans wants Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb, who's also the local MP, to get the UK Government to apply for funding from the European Union's Globalisation Adjustment Fund. It supports workers who lose their jobs and small businesses which close down as a result of changes in world trade and the global economic crisis.
Any payment from the fund would reduce the size of Britain's EU rebate.
The Secretary of State for Wales has called this 'a hammer blow for the local economy'. That merits the strongest response and I call on him to ensure the UK government does not block an application to the globalisation adjustment fund.
Economy minister Edwina Hart has told AMs that every route was explored to save the Merco refinery in Milford Haven, where a sale expected to save the 400 hundred jobs there has now fallen through.
Right up to the line we were trying to explore if there was any more we could do. I haven't given up hope about potential buyers, I have asked my officials to pursue that vigourously. I won't give any false hopes but I know that I have the support of the UK government as well.
This is a sad day for Pembrokeshire and for the Welsh economy.
The minister added that she was really worried about the effect on businesses in the refinery's supply chain. She promised additional support with a physical presence in Milford Haven by Welsh Government officials offering help.
The collapse of a deal for the oil refinery in Milford Haven is "very disappointing", David Cameron has said.
But the Prime Minister insisted ties should not be cut with Klesch Group, which is also in the process of buying Tata Steel's long products division.
Mr Cameron made the remarks in answer to Labour MP Tom Greatrex who highlighted concern about the Swiss-based firm's intentions given its record of "asset stripping".
Speaking at Prime Minister's Questions, Mr Cameron said, "First of all, let me agree with you it is very disappointing what has happened at Milford Haven and we will continue to work with the company concerned and try to find employment opportunities for all those that work there.
Union representatives will be holding urgent meetings with Welsh Government ministers later today and will press the Westminster to intervene to secure an alternative buyer.
Britain’s largest union, Unite is calling for a taskforce originally set up to secure the future of Murco’s Milford Haven oil refinery to be reconvened following the collapse of the refinery’s sale. The refinery employs over 400 people and its closure could undermine the future security of fuel supply, warns the union.
The workforce has shown great professionalism and resilience in these deeply uncertain times and need to be assured that every avenue will be explored to ensure there is a future for oil refining at Milford Haven.