The RNLI says it rescued two people who were trapped in mud yesterday afternoon between the sky tower and Rhyl harbour. The pair were facing an incoming tide.
Both the RNLI and HM Coastguard successfully extracted both casualties as the tide reached their position.
Rhyl lifeboat crew helped the casualties back to the boathouse where they were assessed by an ambulance crew.
Apart from being muddy and slightly wet both were given the all clear to go home and recover.
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A 21-year-old man has been charged with the murder of Tyler Denton, and the attempted murder of a man and two women from Rhyl.
Redvers James Bickley, also from Rhyl, will appear before Llandudno Magistrates Court on Wednesday 13th September.
This tragic incident took place in Llys Aderyn Du, Rhyl, at around 11.45pm on Saturday. If anyone has information that may assist the investigation they should contact North Wales Police on 101 quoting incident number RC17138247 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”
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Footage taken from inside a Home Bargains store in Rhyl shows water pouring in through the ceiling following torrential rain that's affected much of north Wales.
Video credit: Abbi Lea
A man has been arrested and another hospitalised after a 'family feud' in Rhyl on Friday morning.
North Wales Police say the incident in Sandringham Avenue involved the use of a weapon.
An incident between two family members was reported to North Wales Police this morning, where a male had received an injury requiring medical treatment. A second man was detained soon after and remains in custody whilst enquires are being progressed.
It is a concern that the incident involved the use of a weapon, which had been obtained from with their home address.
This appears to have been a family feud which resulted in one man receiving an injury to his arm. I would like thank those members of the community who provided assistance to the injured man and for their support today.