The A477 Cleddau Bridge is closed to high sided vehicles because of strong winds between Pembroke Dock and Neyland.
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Approximately 2,500 homes across Pembrokeshire remain without water this evening, after a water main ruptured earlier today.
Despite hopes that the water supply would resume this evening, Welsh Water say that repair work has been hampered by significant engineering difficulties.
Water supplies are now expected to be restored from later tomorrow morning, and free bottled water is currently being distributed from Crymych Water pumping station and Crymych Rugby Club.
The following areas are currently still affected:
- St Dogmaels
We are very sorry to those customers affected by the disruption. Our teams have been working tirelessly through the day to repair the damaged main, and will continue working through the night to get water supplies back to normal as soon as possible.
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One person has been taken to hospital after a serious crash in Pembrokeshire, involving two vehicles.
Crews were called to the incident near Penblewin roundabout in Narberth just before 8 o'clock.
A spokesperson for Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service confirmed one person had been cut free from a vehicle and taken to hospital.
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Police in Pembrokeshire say they are searching for an armed man, after reports he was making threats earlier this evening.
Crews were called to the scene at Saundersfoot at 6:40 this evening.
Officers are still at the scene as the search for the suspect continues.
The man has been described as in his twenties, with dark hair and tanned skin.
He is wearing a red polo shirt, grey jacket and blue jeans.
Anyone who may have witnessed the incident or who has any information is asked to come forward.
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