A three-year-old boy has died in a caravan fire leaving his older sibling and father in hospital.
Dyfed-Powys Police were called to a fire in Ffair Rhos village in Ceredigion at 5.35am on Sunday.
The boys have been named as Zac, three, and Harley, aged four. They are believed to have been inside the caravan with their father when the fire broke out.
The three-year-old is thought to have been having a sleepover with his dad and older sibling when the blaze tore through the vehicle.
Police said while the man and four-year-old were able to escape the caravan, the younger child was found dead inside.
Both survivors suffered burns but the father is believed to be in a stable condition while the older sibling is said to be critical but stable.
Officers are continuing to investigate the circumstances of the fire but say that it is not being treated as suspicious. Specialist officers are also supporting the family.
Dyfed-Powys Police is urging anyone with information come forward.
The family of the two boys issued a statement thanking everyone for their kind words and support.
Neighbours helped the family after hearing someone knocking on their door and said that they had "never seen anything like it" before.