Police are dealing with a "serious accident" on the A40 at Whitland in Carmarthenshire between the B4328 (Llanboidy Roundabout) and the A478 (Penblewin Roundabout). The road is closed both ways and is likely to remain closed for some time.
A lorry driver accused of causing a train crash has appeared in court. Oswald Davies from Llanboidy in Carmarthenshire was using a level crossing near Whitland when his hay lorry and trailers were struck by a Milford Haven to Manchester train last December.
Davies is charged with endangering the lives of railway passengers. Swansea Magistrates released him on bail until he appears before the city's crown court in in October.
Three people have been treated for their injuries after a train collided with a lorry in Whitland, Carmarthenshire. Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service say they were called to the Llanboidy level crossing on the B4328 at 15:55.
All 45 passengers remain on board the three carriage train which is still at the crossing on Station Road.
British Transport Police say that the small lorry was involved in a 'glancing blow' with the train.
Arriva Trains Wales have confirmed that services between Carmarthen and Haverfordwest have been suspended with busses replacing trains.
Dyfed-PowysPolice is investigating a fatal three lorry crash where a 25-year-old male driver was killed. The crash happened on the A40 at Pengawse Hill near Whitland before 6am on Friday. The road is not due to open until 5pm.