A man's body's been found after a fire at a North Wales coastal resort.
Fire officers were called to Sussex Street, in Rhyl, just after midnight.
Four people escaped uninjured after being alerted by a passer-by to a fire which destroyed a static caravan at Towyn early this morning.
Fire crews were from Rhyl and Abergele were called to the scene in Towyn Road at 5:26am. A dog died in the the blaze. It is thought the fire was accidental and may have been started by a discarded cigarette.
Fire crews were called to a recycling building on Wrexham Industrial Park earlier today after a blaze broke out on a conveyor belt.
Breathing apparatus, hose reels and main jets were used to tackle the fire and prevent it from spreading.
The blaze was reported at 11.56am and has now been extinguished. Firefighters are currently venting the property. North Wales Fire Service says the cause of the blaze is under investigation.
A pensioner's body has been discovered following a bungalow fire in Carrog, near Corwen, in Denbighshire.
North Wales Fire and Rescue Service received a call just before 3:30pm today.
Crews from Llangollen entered the bungalow, where they found the body of a 93-year-old woman.
A joint investigation by North Wales Fire and Rescue Service and North Wales Police is now underway.
Crews from North Wales Fire and Rescue Service are attending a blaze at an industrial site in north Wales. Firefighters were called after smoke was spotted coming from a unit on the Vauxhall Industrial estate near Ruabon in Wrexham.
Four appliances are on scene and around 14 firefighters present. There are no reported injuries.
An elderly couple in Rhyl managed to make their own way out of their home unharmed after a fire broke out, following an explosion of an oxygen cylinder.
It's thought that the oxygen line connected to the cylinder in the couple's bedroom was ignited by a cigarette.
Fire crews were called to the house on Molineaux Road in the early hours of this morning where there was fire damage to the bedroom and heat and smoke damage to the rest of the house.
North Wales Fire and Rescue Service are urging people to follow the safety instructions given to patients who require oxygen in their treatment and never smoke when it is in use or nearby.
North Wales Fire and Rescue Service have dealt with almost 40 deliberate grass or gorse fires over since the beginning of June.
The fire service is warning people of the dangers of starting fires which can quickly spread out of control in the dry conditions and potentially cause injury.
Between 1st June and 18th July, crews attended 70 accidental and 39 deliberate grass or gorse fires.
Police have increased patrols and are asking the local communities to inform them of any suspicious behaviour.
Kevin Jones, arson reduction manager, said: "Fires like this place tremendous pressure on resources, with firefighters tied up for a considerable length of time trying to bring them under control.
"We are urging visitors to the countryside and locals enjoying the good weather to take extra care when they are out and about and reduce the risk of fire."
North Wales Fire and Rescue say a body was found at a terraced house in Ffordd Llanllyfni, Penygroes, when they arrived to tackle a blaze on Tuesday afternoon.
The body was discovered in the kitchen at around 3pm by fire crews from Caernarfon. More details are expected later.
A family who were rescued from a fire in their Barmouth flat, are joining forces with North Wales Fire Service to launch a new electrical fire safety campaign.
Seven members of the Griffith family were rescued through a window in February after their washing machine caught fire.
They were alerted by fire alarms. The fire service has launched the 'Get switched on to fire safety' campaign in a bid to highlight the importance of being as safe as possible at home, using the Griffith family's story to get the message across.
Fire service staff will be visiting supermarkets across north Wales to talk to shoppers and get them to do an electrical safety quiz.
Stena Line has confirmed there was an incident at Holyhead port in Anglesey at around 6am this morning as the Stena Line charter ship Finnarrow was berthing in Holyhead en route from Dublin Port which involved the ship’s stabilisers.
All 77 passengers and 43 crew onboard the vessel were evacuated and the vessel was safely berthed.
The vessel is currently docked in Holyhead undergoing inspections and will remain out of service for the immediate future.
Stena Line passengers due to travel on Stena Line’s Holyhead-Dublin service will be accommodated on alternative sailings and are currently being contacted by the company to advise them of the situation.