A man killed in a crash in Nannerch near Mold, which left two others in hospital, has been named.
28-year-old Jonathan Philip Yeardley, from Nannerch, was killed in the collision yesterday afternoon.
One man remains in hospital in Stoke and is in what's been described as a serious but stable condition.
Another who was taken to the Wrexham Maelor Hospital with minor injuries has since been discharged.
Police are still appealing for witnesses to the incident and urge anyone with information to call them on 101.
Police are appealing for witnesses and information after a person was killed in a crash on the A541 Mold to Denbigh Road.
The collision is believed to have involved one vehicle - a black coloured Volkswagen Golf.
Police officers and members of the ambulance service attended the incident at around 2:30 this afternoon, but one of the occupants of the vehicle was pronounced dead at the scene.
A further two people have been taken to hospital - one man transferred to Stoke Hospital with serious injuries and another to Wrexham Maelor Hospital, with what's thought to be minor injuries.
The road is currently closed but diversions have been put in place at Afon Wen and Lixum.
Anyone who was travelling on the road at the time and witnessed the collision is urged to call North Wales Police on 101.
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Police are appealing for information after windows were damaged at McDonalds in Mold and a nearby resident assaulted.
North Wales Police says it understands a large group of youths attended the restaurant at around 6pm on Saturday where they damaged a number of windows. The group then moved to the Elm Drive area of the town where cars were damaged and a local resident was assaulted and left needing hospital treatment.
While there have been reports of anti-social behaviour in the area before, this was a serious escalation. Three people have been arrested in connection with the incident; one has been released without charge while two remain on bail.
I would like to reassure the public that this level of anti-social behaviour in the Mold area is unusual and we have stepped up patrols and have a dedicated team of officers looking into all reports
Anyone with information is asked to call North Wales Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 quoting reference number S167267.
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