Police are appealing for information after a crash involving two vehicles on the B5381 at Moelfre, near Abergele, on Thursday morning.
A white coloured Renault Mastervan and a blue coloured Peugeot 206 were involved at around 7am.
One man has been taken to Ysbyty Glan Clwyd with injuries which are not believed to be life threatening.
Anyone who was in the vicinity at the time or who witnessed the collision is urged to contact members of the Roads Policing Unit on 101 quoting ref U095747.
The M4 Eastbound entry slip road has closed and there is heavy traffic after an accident involving a car and a lorry at J47 A48 / A483 (Penllergaer/Swansea West Services).
Emergency services are on scene after the car involved has ended up facing the wrong way.
There is a diversion in place and traffic will have to head West on the M4 to J48 and turn around to head East.
Alternatively, traffic can head along the old A48 (running parallel with the motorway) to J46 (Penllergaer)
Motorists are being asked to avoid the A4232 near Culverhouse Cross, Cardiff, due to heavy congestion caused by a crash.
The A4232 is closed Southbound from Culverhouse Cross to Leckwith.
Traffic heading Southbound from the M4 Motorway is being diverted onto Culverhouse Cross roundabout, where they will need to find an alternative route. The slip road back onto the A4232 Southbound is closed.
Emily Eavis has apologised for the traffic congestion as thousands of people try to get onto the Glastonbury Festival site.
David Warburton, MP for Somerton and Frome took to social media to say the traffic was worse than it had been for years, while a school in Shepton Mallet posted on Twitter that all it's teachers had finally arrived at school by 10:30am.
Local farmers are being recruited to get traffic onto the Glastonbury Festival site. Heavy rain over a prolonged period has caused localised flooding and muddy fields at the festival.
Tractor drivers are now helping to tow caravans and camper vans on the fields on the east of the site.
Organisers of Glastonbury Festival say the 'picture if improving', although there is still heavy traffic congestion around the Glastonbury Festival site. The advice remains to delay your journey to the site today.
Some people have reported it taking up to 14 hours to get onto the site this morning, while others say it's taken them just a couple.
Hundreds of Glastonbury Festival goers are stuck in traffic as they try to get on site. Some are reporting seven hours in queues.
Emmerdale and Hollyoaks star James Sutton has tweeted this video as he sits in the queues:
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One Glastonbury Festival goer has told ITV News it took him 16 hours to get to the site from Bristol. Some drivers have been stuck on roads approaching Worthy Farm since last night.
There is still queueing traffic and long delays on A361 Eastbound between A39/Wirral Park Road and Shop Lane/Higher Westholme Road (Pilton) and there is congestion on A39 Bath Road to Priory Road.
On the A37 at Farrington Gurney there is queuing traffic and long delays southbound between A39 (Rush Hill Junction) and A361 Charlton Road (Charlton Crossroads, Shepton Mallet).
The A37 at Podimore is reportedly closed northbound with stationary traffic between A372 / A303 (Podimore Roundabout) and A361 East Compton Road (Cannards Grave).
In Wells there's queueing traffic and long delays on A39 Glastonbury Road Westbound between A371 East Somerset Way / Priory Road (Strawberry Way roundabout) and A361 Street Road / Wirral Park Road (Wirral Park Roundabout).
One lane remains closed and traffic is queuing due to an earlier lorry fire on the M4 Westbound near Bridgend.
Congestion is between Junction 36 A4061 / A4063 (Bridgend / Sarn Service Area) and Junction 35 A473 (Pencoed).
A fire between the exit and entry slip roads overnight caused the main carriageway to be closed with diversions via the slip roads.
Motorists are still being warned of delays to their journey.
There are currently delays of up to 30 minutes on Arriva Trains Wales between Rhyl and Colwyn Bay due to a late finish of engineering work.
The line towards Llandudno Junction is currently closed. Disruption is expected until 8:30 this morning.
There are also delays on the Virgin Trains West Coast line.