One person has died after a coach and car collided near a bridge in west Wales, police have confirmed.
Another person is in a critical condition in hospital.
A major incident was declared following the crash around 2:15pm on Tuesday on A477 approaching Cleddau Bridge in Pembroke Dock, which involved a 52-seater bus and one vehicle.
The bus was operated by Titterington Holidays, a company based in Penrith in Cumbria.
Several other people have been taken to Withybush Hospital for further treatment. It's understood their injuries are of a varying nature.
In statement, Dyfed-Powys Police said: "Sadly, one person has died. Next of kin have been advised and are being supported by officers.
"One person was taken to hospital in a critical condition.
"A number of passengers on the coach were taken to hospital with various levels of injuries.
"The A477 is currently closed between the Honeyborough roundabout and the Pembroke roundabout and road users are advised to take an alternative route."
Hywel Dda Health Board issued a warning asking patients to only attend A&E at Withybush Hospital if they have a life-threatening illness or serious injury.
Speaking to ITV Wales, the MS for Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire, Sam Kurtz, said: "It's a busy commuter road connecting north and south Pembrokeshire together over the estuary.
"It's a popular route and I really am just hoping everyone is OK. I must thank all arms of the emergency services for their quick reaction to the incident.
"I'm hoping that there's a positive outcome at the end of this. It's been a really nervous couple of hours for the people of Pembrokeshire".
First Minister Mark Drakeford posted a statement to X (formally twitter), saying: "Worrying to hear news of a major incident on the Cleddau Bridge. My thoughts are with all those involved and my thanks to the first responders and emergency services working at the scene."
Crews from Pembroke Dock, Milford Haven, Haverfordwest, Tenby and Narberth crews were deployed along with the Air Ambulance.
In a statement, the council said: “Access to the bridge remains closed from the Pembroke Dockside.
“The road between Neyland and the Cleddau Bridge remains closed. Travel to Pembroke Dock can only be accessed via Burton.
“Roads are expected to be extremely busy, please take extra care.”
Officers say they expect the road will be closed for some time whilst they carry out enquiries.
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