An ambulance driver whose vehicle was in a crash with another ambulance died at the wheel from a heart attack a post-mortem examination has found.
John Clift died last week on the A499 at Y Ffor, near Pwllheli. Today it was confirmed the 54-year-old's death was due to natural causes.
Mr Clift, a former part-time fireman at Pwllheli, was driving a patient care ambulance when it was in collision with an emergency response vehicle.
In a tribute at the time Welsh ambulance chief executive Tracy Myhill said in a message to staff : ”It’s impossible to put into words the sadness this bring us all.”
A man has died following a road traffic collision on the A499, Y Ffôr, Pwllheli.
At 15:01 North Wales Police responded to a report of a collision involving two ambulance vehicles.
All three emergency services were called to the scene and the road was immediately closed.
The driver of one of the ambulance vehicles was sadly pronounced dead at the scene and their next of kin have been informed.
Three other people have been taken to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor with what is believed to be serious injuries.
The A499 is expected to remain closed for the next few hours and diversions are in place.
Police are appealing for witnesses and anybody with information is asked to contact the Roads Policing Unit on 101, quoting reference number U060780.
Emergency services are dealing with a 'serious" road crash involving two Welsh ambulances.
The Welsh Ambulance Service says the crash happened shortly before 3pm on the A499 in Pwllheli.
"Multiple resources" are at the scene including Wales Air Ambulances, supported by North Wales Police and North Wales Fire and Rescue Service.
North Wales Police are appealing for information after thieves stole two horses from a property near Pwllheli.
Police believe the incident took place over the weekend of April 12th, in a field on the B4354 in Rhosfawr.
Anyone with information is asked to call Pwllheli Police station on 101.
Police are appealing for information after the death of five lambs in Pwllheli.
North Wales Police believe the incident is related to reports of antisocial behaviour in the area.
Anyone who may have information relating to the death of the lambs or to the antisocial behaviour is asked to call the Pwllheli Police Station on 101.
A search in the Irish Sea for a missing man has been stood down.
The man aged in his 40s was reported missing from Pwllheli, North Wales, on Friday evening after his was a car was found parked on the promenade.
Holyhead Coastguard searched the area from early yesterday morning with the assistant of three lifeboats and a rescue helicopter from RAF Valley in Anglesey.
A coastguard spokesman said it was awaiting more information from the police before any further searches.
A large search operation has been taking place for a 49 year-old man off the coast of Llen at Pwllheli.
An RAF rescue helicopter, two coastguard teams and three lifeboats have been searching eleven miles of coastline.
Police called for assistance after the man's car had been found parked on the promenade at Pwllheli last night.
The search extended from Llanbedrog to Criccieth but he has not been found.
A Sea King helicopter based at Valley in Anglesey and lifeboats from Abersoch and Pwllheli were involved.
There's a replacement bus service running on Arriva Trains Wales services between Machynlleth and Pwllheli because of a vehicle hitting a bridge at Llandecwyn.
There's a revised service on Arriva Trains Wales between Machynlleth and Pwllheli because of an unsafe electricity pylon at Afon Crigyll.