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Man, 23, killed in crash near Newport named

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A man who died in a car crash yesterday morning has been named as 23-year-old Coran Bogue from Newport.

The accident, between a Vauxhall Corsa and a lorry, happened on the A4810 Llanwern link road, near Magor Brewery, just before 6am.

Specialist officers are supporting his family.

Anyone with information relating to the crash is asked to call Gwent Police on 101 quoting log number 46 22/2/17.

Thousands without power as Storm Doris batters Wales

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Scottish Power says thousands of customers across north Wales are currently without power after cables were blown down by Storm Doris.

It says the situation is "fluctuating" but engineers are currently working to restore connections.

Anglesey has been particularly affected with many business saying they have had to close.

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Appeal to find north Wales woman missing for three days

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North Wales Police are appealing for help to trace a 64 year old woman missing from Flint.

Ann Brick was last seen at 5pm on 20th February. Police say her family are increasingly concerned.

Officers have been making enquiries locally around Flint, as well as around the Penwortham area of Lancashire, where she's from originally.

Ann is approximately 5ft 1ins tall and of a slim build with short white hair. She was last seen in Flint wearing a red coat, black trousers and carrying a blue holdall and a black handbag.

We are asking anyone who has seen Ann or knows of her whereabouts to contact police as we are all increasingly concerned for her welfare.

– PC Ben Baker, North Wales Police

North Wales Police are asking anyone with information to contact them on live chat, 101 or via Crimestoppers, with reference 17471.


Police appeal for missing Merthyr Tydfil man

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Police are appealing for help to find 68 year-old Thomas Williams who went missing after leaving the Royal Glamorgan Hospital yesterday afternoon.

He was last seen at about 3.40pm and was wearing grey shorts, a purple t-shirt and trainers.

South Wales Police say they are very concerned for his welfare and are asking people in the few miles around the Royal Glamorgan Hospital to check their sheds and outbuildings.

Thomas is from the Merthyr Tydfil area so may have travelled there.

Anyone with any information or possible sightings is asked to contact 101 quoting number 1700069406.

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